ok what about the rent i just paid and my deposit of 1000 and also the extra money for last month rent of 795 so they get to keep all of it even my last month rent cant i get that back
yes I thus I understand but what i dont get is i paid 795 and 1000 before i moved in so 1795 1000 deposit and 795 for a last month rent since i already paid for this month what about the 795 i paid in the beginning with the 1000 for as my last month rent I should get my 795 back since I already paid for that before i moved in as the last month rent. Like those who pay first and last I paid deposit and last month rent
can i go to them tomorrow and say since you took my 795 for this month can i have back my 795 now so i can move cause that would help me. I would I file a fair hearing against them to at least try to fight this I am to young for this to be on my record a wrongful eviction
I was on a lease then when it turned to a month to month they did this i am to young to have this on my record and i did nothing wrong for this. This is so maddening in college and got an eviction for no reason how can i fight this eviction and not have on my record do they have to tell me I understand washington is a no cause state but only hate would have you evict some one for no reason When i find a place to live this month how long does it take for an eviction to go on my record is it or will it be on there before i move into my other place how can i get them or the court to take it off
thank you so much i gave you a HUGE smiley face i dont have any more monetary in my account but i will be back and wont forget you
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