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My landlord sent me eviction paperwork stating I failed to pay for the month of march. He is suing for $775. 1. my lease shows the rent is $675, 2. I have receipts showing the rent was in fact paid. I filed a motion and took my proof to court. I was ordered to show up in court on a specified day and the letter I received from the judge also stated that I have to deposit $1350 in the court's account before the court date. Why am I paying when my landlord has lied in order to evict me, and I have the proof to show. I was also told that the eviction would remain on record although I am able to prove my innocence. What's the point in going to court when I have to pay more than the landlord is suing for and the eviction will stick no matter what. I don't get it.