There are various reasons why you might want to proceed with only a Motion for Rehearing rather than an appeal. One reason is that only certain Orders are appealable. Another reason is that filing a Motion for Rehearing costs less than an appeal. It is important to note that even if you proceed with a Motion for Rehearing or an appeal, the Order of the Court is still in full force and effect, and you still must comply with it unless you seek leave of the Court to have it stayed pending the rehearing and/or appeal.
What Happens If I Win My Appeal?
If you win your rehearing or appeal, you will most likely be able to move back into the property that you were removed from. However, the downside is that months have probably lapsed, and you likely live elsewhere. There are pros and cons to proceeding with appeals in the landlord-tenant arena. One thing that is for sure is that you will need an attorney who understands the appeals process intimately and has a track record of achieving success in the appellate arena.
Why Hire The Horton Law Group?
At the Horton Law Group, we treat our clients like family. We are actively involved in the community; we are well respected in the courtroom, and we have a stellar reputation in the community. We maintain professional relationships with our clients long after their cases are resolved because we fight for our clients. We are confident that you will be happy with your decision to hire the Horton Law Group to represent you. Please contact the Horton Law Group, P.A. at 561-299-0018 or email email@example.com to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with a qualified member from our team.