No, I don't believe he keeping up to date with rent. It was a volatile situation with him and she basically had to move out. She is planning on moving back home to illinois with us. He does make plenty of money to pay but I don't believe he has kept up.
The leasing company said he has to sign along with her to release her from lease and he won't do it. Like I said, unfortunately he is not a very pleasant person. I don't want her falling into his misfortune as he has left her with bills to pay in the past. He has a police record and I am worried for my daughter and grand-daughter.
Thank you for your time. I will probably be contacting you again. You have helped me tremendously. Maybe I can talk to the leasing office and see what happens! He has been previously been kicked out of 2 other apartments for his actions. My daughter each time has found a home for them to reside in. I hope this can be resolved as well.
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