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A. Within five calendar days of the date of the hearing, the Court shall grant and enter judgment and the judgment shall grant all relief that the parties are entitled to as of the date of judgment. The judgment may:

1. Order the immediate eviction of a tenant and delivery of the premises to the landlord;

2. Grant actual damages as provided in the agreement of the parties or this Title, including interest;

3. Order the parties to carry out an obligation required by law;

4. Establish a payment plan for the tenant;

5. Order rent payments out of per capita payments or through garnishment;

6. Establish a power of attorney in another person/agency to fulfill rights or obligations of either landlord or tenant;

7. Remediate the action – in part or in whole – through appropriate recalculation of rent;

8. Order the tenant to perform work for the landlord or the owner to pay off back rent due and/or damages;

9. Order the payment of attorney’s fees and, where allowed by law or agreement, costs and expenses of litigation;

10. Order the parties into negotiations as provided in Section 3-104 of this Title; or

11. Grant any relief provided in this Title or allowed in law or equity.

B. If a tenant fails to appear in person or in writing on or before the date of appearance, the Court shall enter judgment on behalf of the plaintiff following a hearing to determine whether relief should be granted and the kind of relief that should be granted. ONCA 11-41, eff. Apr. 12, 2011.