This is an email from the property manager: Unfortunately you moved in an "unauthorized guest" to live in our property and then you attempted to deceive and defraud us, by now claiming he does not live there.
My boyfriend lives with his parents and he visits 1-2 days a week. The property manager wants to charge me $10 per day so he wants me to pay $280 for Feb. and $310 in March in addition to the monthly rental. My boyfriend spoke with the property manager's assistant and the assistant misunderstood. The property manager is planning to evict if it is not paid.
You need to take a close look at the lease agreement, if there is one. Landlords can place restrictions on guests who are not co-tenants. If this was spelled out clearly in your lease agreement, then the Landlord can enforce this term of the agreement. On the other hand, if you do not have a lease agreement or this was not included in the lease, then your landlord cannot impose these additional fees upon you without reasonable prior written notice. If the Landlord moves forward with an eviction, it may be a wrongful termination of your tenancy.
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