If the case were to go to court, you would be able to pay the full amount to avoid eviction. The landlord and/or the attorney will know this. Therefore you should contact them and let them know you are prepared to bring the account current. If they accept payment, make sure you get written acknowledgement that you have paid (you should always get rent receipts) and that you account is current as of the current month.
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