The amount owed is already been pay but it also states that I owned the month of July in which I haven’t pay yet! Do I pay it before I got to my hearing that is in August 6th or bring a money order or certify check on the day of the hearing ?
Is it a non--payment or holdover proceeding? Your landlord is not likely to accept your payment lest he jeopardize the eviction. You should ask your attorney. If you don't have an attorney yet, you might consider that the landlord does and things will not go as well for you without your own. If you cannot afford a lawyer, there are some available at the courthouse and you should go there early (not the morning of the hearing) to discuss options.
I'm 3 "most helpful" answers away from a free iPad! I may be guessing or not licensed in your state so don't rely upon anything I say. No attorney/client relationship exists. Who reads these disclaimers anyway? If you're reading this, let me know because I'm curious. Did you know that a watched pot never boils and that a stitch in time saves nine? Or that a rolling stone gathers no moss? Honestly, I am surprised that you are still reading this disclaimer. Personally, I normally don’t pay much attention to these things. I am impressed and I commend you for taking the time. I never actually anticipated anyone would ever get this far into my disclaimer and I only wish I had something more meaningful to say. Thank you for bearing with me and for sticking it out to the end.
I agree with the comments by my colleague and suggest that in addition to July rent you be prepared with the payment for August also.
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