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Was this an actual cashier's check issued by the bank? Not a personal check, correct?
Does the bank show that the funds were in the account to cover it on the date the check was issued?
Have they given daughter any type of written notice about eviction?
Ok, then the landlord has absolutely no legal grounds to complain or charge any fees since this was a validly issued check from a bank.
So she can simply ignore the fees and send them a certified letter with the statement and copy of the check showing it was issued on time to avoid any late fees.
If they tried to evict her, then she wins.... period..
As an aside, in addition to being an attorney, I have also been a landlord for over 26 years...
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