My question involves an eviction in the state of: California
We had eviction dispute with our property management; however, most of it has been resolved. However, the attorney represents property management made a mistake and told us to pay a wrong amount and is now ask us to pay more. In addition, he said if we don't pay the additional amount by a certain date, the eviction is still valid. We have two questions: 1) Can they ask us pay more when by email the attorney confirmed the initial amount would resolve the case; 2) how do we file a pay under dispute so we don't get evicted simply because we didn't pay by the specified date but still retain right to contest the payment?