The countdown begins as Crossroads Apartment management works to repair the Perry complex in the next 60 days or run the risk of having to kick tenants out.
Friday, Houston County Superior Court Judge Edward Lukemire issued another injunction.
That allows Crossroads to remain open and the City of Perry to conduct its inspection without evacuating tenants.
The first injunction came Monday afternoon.
It allowed Crossroads to stay open throughout the week.
"I stayed the whole time. Everybody that was here today stayed the whole time," said Edna Rich, a tenant at the complex.
Rich was one of several tenants who stayed at Crossroads even after the city condemned it last Friday and says she's confident Property Manager Mark Green can make the repairs in time now that he'll have a full list from the City.