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Yes. The landlord's subsequent acceptance of the payment, where payment was the grounds for eviction in the first place, eliminates the landlord's right to evict you.
You can raise the acceptance of the payment in your defense at the hearing or through your written answer to the eviction action.
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Thank you. Ill ask you a follow up question in about an hour when I have the papers with me.
That's fine. I'll respond as soon as I can.
Hi , I looked at the eviction papers and the 3 day notice was titled: 3 days to perform conditions and/or condiitions or quit, not as i stated the first time. sorry about that.
3 days to perform conditions or covenants or quit
The unlawful detainer that was filed reads as followed;;; Darrin C Saxxxxxx d/b/a [Allstate residental] I use [AllPhase residental]. Im planning on being out by the 1st of the month he has been paid every month except this month .
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