I was evicted from my apartment around may 30th with a 24h notice, but I gave my orders that I will be moving out in april, my orders stated that I will be out on june 9th and yet I still received a final statement from the apartment complex for over 1900 dollars. Once I gave them my oders all I had owe the apartment complex was 207 for the 9days in june. When I spoke with the manager of the complex she stated that if im evicted that I can be charged the other charges because its in my contact but like I said earlier I gave them my orders in april and they gave me the statement of what I owe them, my rent for that month was paid up and all I owe them was 207 for june yet they charge me for 586 for 24h notice because of lewd act and accurate d charges of 690 which is a full moths rent on top of a 400 deposit that we didnt pay because we moved in on. A special and they charging me for clean up too.
Yes sir I gave them my orders with more then a 30 day notice, and I was evicted for a lewd act, but that was on march 30th, I gave them my orders on april 17, which stated that I would be out the apartment on June 9th, in which my balance for the apartment would be $207
Im so sorry I was evicted on my 30th ...
Yes sir I gave them my orders in april that I will be leaving on june 9th and with the eviction I never received a prior notice, and I told the manager and she said that it must have been left in my door and I told her I didnt because on the paper it said hand delivered, so I had just left because I was ready to leave that place
Yes they are the amount I was to pay was 207 plus cleaning because I didnt pay a deposit, but now they are trying to charge me 1945.38
So they can charge me for the eviction even though my rent was paid upfor that month and they charging me for an accumulated rent which is $690 and for a deposit of $400... can they charge me for that also?
They are they charging me $586 for the eviction and they are charging me for the deposit we didnt pay because of the move in special and for the clean up also
I have one more question, the apartment complex gave me my final statement already, my question is can I do a small claims suit against them now or do I have to wait to see if the small they want gets put into collections
The amount I owe them is 207 plus clean up, so after clean up it would be around 350, but they are charging me 1945, so if I sue do I sue for the difference or do I sue for what I owe?
Yes sir I have one more question but its on a different subject, I received a misdemeanor indecent exposure warrent in el paso tx, but I know live in Louisiana with is about 1000+ miles away, my question is are there anyway I can take care of that warrent without having to go all fhe way to el paso?
Can I get an attorney in louisiana where I am at? Or it has to be an attorney in el paso
I have a question in regard to the eviction I received,... I went thru the contract and it did state that I will be charged 586.50 if I am evicted for crimal reasons, but that was on the initial contract we signed and she didn't go over that part,... my question is can I still sue for the amount even tho it states it in the contract, and also I gave them my keys to the apartment on the 30th of may, I received a call from the detective saying that I have a warrant out for my arrest and that was on the 4th of June, the apartment complex didn't do my final statement until the 5th of June so they waited until the warrant was issued to do my final paperwork statement...
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