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August 10, 2012

Lisa asks…

Can someone please explain this notice?

I got this notice on my apartment door today. Can someone explain it to me? Are we getting kicked out? If we pay the amount we owe soon do we still have to leave? My parents have never missed a month of rent and I don’t know why we should because we’re not short on money or anything Anyway heres what it says:
Be advised that you are in breach of your HUD Model Lease for non-payment of rent regarding the premises known and numbered as (blah blah blah blah). According to the terms and conditions of your HUD Model Lease, you are required to pay rent on or before the fifth day of each and every month which you have failed to do.
As a consequence of your non-payment, you are hereby notified pursuant to the requirements of (bunch of weird letters and numbers), as amended, that you have fourteen (14) days from your receipt of this notice to Quit and Deliver Up the premises in good order and condition.

As of this date, the total amount of rent due is $831.00

ANY MONIES TENDERED BY TENANT AND ACCEPTED BY MANAGEMENT AFTER RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE ARE ACCEPTED AS USE AND OCCUPANCY ONLY AND NOT AS RENT AND WITHOUT, IN ANY WAY, WAIVING ANY AND ALL RIGHTS UNDER THIS NOTICE TO QUIT FOR NON-PAYMENT OF RENT OR UNDER SUBSEQUENT SUMMARY PROCESS PROCEEDINGS. MANAGEMENT HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT MONIES HEREUNDER WITHOUT REESTABLISHING ANY NEW TENANCY.
Finally, be advised of the following: You have ten days (10) days within which to discuss the proposed termination of tenancy with Management. The ten (10) day period will begin on the earlier of the date the notice was hand-delivered to the unit or the date after the date the notice is mailed. If you request a meeting, management agrees to discuss the proposed termination. If you remain in the unit after the date specified as the termination date set forth on this notice, eviction will occur only after judicial proceedings for eviction are commenced against you, at which this time you may present a defense…

I dont need anyone telling me that im stupid and i dont understand this notice because i do. I just want to make sure.

Administrator answers:

What it is saying is that if you do not pay the money that you need to pay, you can be evicted THE CATCH THOUGH IS THAT YOU HAVE TO PAY THE FULL AMOUNT!! (within the time limit that they give you)

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