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Auntie Sue

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I Paid the rent...What more do you want?

CA property management co. is trying to collect $307 "breaking lease" fee that was not mentioned in the lease of my duplex unit. I've paid rent until the unit was re-rented and they kept all of the security deposit after I had been there 2 1/2 years. I thought CA civil code 1951.2 protected me from liquidated damages. They've sent it to a collections agency, but I haven't heard a response to my dispute in over 30 days.
 



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