Yes. The landlord will still have the right to repossess the apartment or other rental property if you are not keeping up with your rental payments. Bankruptcy may enable you to keep living in the apartment until you receive your discharge but the landlord may also be able to petition the court to evict you sooner. In addition, you are not allowed to file for bankruptcy in order to postpone an eviction; that would be considered an abuse of the legal system and could result not only in the dismissal of your entire case but also in additional penalties.
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