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Did you ask them what they are basing that figure on?
Here's the real problem for you. Since they already have a judgment and writ of possession, your rental lease is terminated and they do not have to work out anything with you. So, they can charge you whatever they want. They are simply trying to rip you off because they do not have to stick to the judgment amount since they already have the judgment. If it was before the judgment was entered you would have been able to pay the back rent and attorney's fees.
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Ok, good that you asked and I do agree with your math if the attorney's fees were 1,176. Did you present that calculation to them?
Yes, that is awfully high, sounds like they are trying to grab some extra money. If I have answered all your questions, please kindly rate the question. Thank you.
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