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I live in Texas. Last March my son moved to HOuston to attend school. The apartment that he rented needed a co-sign and that, of course, was me. He was notified the end of January that he was being evicted because he had broken 3 rules. He claims not all of the charges are accurate, but admits that some were. He moved out one month short of completeing his lease agreement. I was never notified of any problems he was creating. Today, May 23,01 I received a phone call from a man that would not tell me his name and said I am being sued for $2500. I ask why and was told that I had broken my lease when I lived in Houston. I told him I did not break my lease, that my son was ask to leave and I was then told that he was ask to leave because he had not paid the rent. My son has all the receipts from March 2000 to January 2001. Again, I was never notified that I needed to pay the last month rent. Today was the first call I received from them. He also said, "I am going to find you and when I do you better have a lawyer!" I was not aware that I was hiding. They sent me the lease in the mail for my signature so they have my address and they also have my phone number. What should I do???



YOUR SON is going to owe you some money here soon.

YOUR son has chosen a BAD school to go to, and is wasting YOUR hard earned money.

BECAUSE they are not teaching him about LIFE SKILLS!

And to make matters worse, the school is avoiding any lessons about the country you live in:


Contacts, Civics, and Most importantly the right to face your accuser in a court of law, is not being taught.

Your son had a lease, you co-signed HE broke the lease, and moved rather then to have his day in court.


oh ps.....if they havent sued yet, well show up at the appointed time and defend yourselves in court!

[Edited by dj1 on 05-23-2001 at 08:52 PM]

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