Posted by me on November 21, 2001 at 19:14:59:
In Reply to: Late payment posted by Christopher on November 20, 2001 at 23:58:17:
What do you mean by "non-payment request"? What does the notice say?
You should write back and say, "I've paid."
The other response is right--they may be seeking attys. fees etc., which your lease probably permits. However, such fees are not automatic. They can't slap on an attorneys fee if they dont hire a lawyer. It is also true that you are courting eviction.
: I was late with my october payment. I paid it on Nov 7th and the office manager for landlord acknowledge receiving my payemnt but also wanted my Nov rent which I paid the following week. I am now current and intend to stay that way but they have not cashed the checks and today, the 20th, I recieved a non-payment request. I left her a message but I cna't figure out what they are doing. What can I do to protect myself?
: This is a rent stabilized aprtment that I have lived in since Oct 1992
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