Answered on Jan 3, 2014
Much of this would be dependent on the lease and the facts. However as a general matter, the landlord must give you a Notice to Quit which is up to 10 days depending on the facts. If you do not leave the landlord must sue for possession and a hearing is usually scheduled in about 1 week. If the landlord is granted possession you are served with an order of possession. If you still do not leave, a constable can remove you. It is always best at this level to negotiate a resolution, the landlords are trying to make or avoid losing as much money as possible and if the tenant has a goal, often times you can reach something that works for both parties.