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Old Jun 29th, 2011, 03:03 PM   #1
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Confused Landlord started eviction coz of late payment; I had vacation from school

Let me tell u a story guys. I'm from Ukraine and came to California to study. So i rented an apartment in big complex. management took from me deposit the same as rent ($1145). we also have late fee - $60. couple of times i did pay a little late my rent but always paid late fee with it.this month (June) i had vacation from school that's why didn't get the management notice to pay as soon as possible. so i made money order on the 15th of june and sent to them (with late fee of cause). couple of days later i got letter from court that my landlord sued me. and i got online letter from my landlord that they got my payment but don't accept it as consider it to be partial, right now they want plus to it $550 as litigation fee. i'm not from here and really don't understand what should i do in this situation. can i request them to send back my money order? as they also keep my deposit. or should i just stay here without paying their litigation fee (i have even no idea for what is this fee) and just wait while they evict me through court? to tell the truth if i can get at least some of my money back - i'd like to move out to another place,as they really drive me crazy
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Old Jun 29th, 2011, 09:13 PM   #2
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Sorry, no sympathy here. You KNOW when your rent is due. You have paid late apparently a number of times. You went on a little va-kay and figured there'd be no consequences...wake up, be an adult. Where ever you go, you'll have to be responsible for paying the rent and paying on time or face the consequences.

It's doubtful your landlord will send you back any money. Get an attorney and find out your options under the circumstances you stated here.

I'm not even sure if this is a real post because you're telling us a story.
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