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Re: Can landlord refuse Joint account check? DJ YOU MORON

Posted by Lilly on September 04, 2001 at 23:42:17:

In Reply to: Re: Can landlord refuse Joint account check? YES! posted by dj on September 04, 2001 at 23:05:13:

LL accepted the joint check before because it was signed by the tenant and probably didn't think much of it- LL may now realize or have reason to believe you're trying to segue into something else- namely establishing a LT relationship with the girlfriend-trying to get LL to accept the girlfriend as payor on the lease.
Tenant should pay rent from his own checking account, one in his name only.
If were a LL I would probably now insist upon the tenant of record being the only payor. Unless you want to fight for recognition of domestic partnership rights or something like that.

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