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  1. #1
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    Aug 2008

    Post Holding Rent Check

    My question involves an eviction in the state of: Nevada
    My landlord is holding my rent cashiers check ( not personal check ) until she gets the late fees from my rent which are $35.00 a day. I owe her $425.00 in late fees but she has $1,645.00 FOR THE RENT IN HER POSSESION. I can't pay the late fees till next month.. Can she evict me b/c she is holding my rent? I am so confused!@

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Toledo, OH

    Default Re: Holding Rent Check

    Is she also continuing to charge late fees until you pay the one's you owe?

    Check your lease terms. Are late fees considered rent under your lease? If they are, she may well prevail in an eviction.
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