They can only ask for what is in the contract
, but can change their rates if the contract ends and it becomes a separate agreement.
For example: If we agree that I charge you $5 per month from May to July, I can ONLY charge you $5 for those three months. BUT, if after July, I suddenly demand $8, I can, since we're past the contract.
In other words, if they are demanding more money and you're still under contract, point it out to them and say "No, we have a contract, and I won't pay more, and if you try to evict me, I'll sue for breach of contract
, negligence, and fraud."
That outta stop them.
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