i need to respond to fight this but how do i know what i did or how much i owe to settle the rent situation. i was living at a home where the owner said raised my rent from 1200 a month to 1450 a month and wanted another pet deposit of 200 dollars, I did not agree to these terms and told her i will pay the 1450 in 2(months) because she raised the rent well over 10 percent and i lived there for over a year so i need 60 days, how do i know what i am being evicted form or what
Does the landlords action of filing 1161.2 affect my credit and how can I fight or counter sue for damaging my credit and how do you respond, what if there is no copy of the original lease or the landlord cannot find it and thinks my ex girlfiend had it
should i go live in a hotel or stay in the house until i find a new place, i would like to actually repond and raise a defense, i would like to request some articles of discovery (lease) not sure if i can get a copy of what i signed, what if she does send me it how can i get it, bc see is blaming me for the weeds in the back yard and the pools dirtiness, i am in a wheelchair and i have limited hand function so i don't do manual labor, nor did i agree to pulling weeds, i was under the asumption the gardeners that she has take care of the yard and she is saying that would take care of the yard.
She wrote :This isn't keeping the house up, as you described you have been doing. You have another adult with you in the home and someone could have sprayed weed killer or pulled these weeds. The cost of cleaning this will be added to the amount you current owe.
how should i handle this not sure but i know i never agreed to pull weeds
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