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Posted by Chelsea on October 18, 2000 at 18:29:34:

In Reply to: false judgement? posted by AJB on October 18, 2000 at 16:22:00:

Well, the judgment may reflect the landlord's right to the two months already paid, not an additional obligation.

If you're on speaking terms, you could call the landlord and say it is your understanding that you're all paid up.

Keep all your canceled checks and records, so if there's any dispute and you need to go back to court, you can show it's all taken care of.

This has probably already occurred to you, but in the future, don't miss court appearances on the landlord's word that it's okay.

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