What to do about a wrongful eviction notice and and a guarantor?

My apartment complex has given me a 3 day eviction notice for default on 2 months rent, however I turned both checks in. I paid my rent in money orders; I have one copy of the receipt so I can reorder it but it will take 30 days, which they said they will not give to me. Also, they are saying that it will ruin my credit and my mom’s credit yet she didn’t sign the guarantor form. They used the one from my previous lease which was for 2 months over the summer; a completely different lease and apartment (in the same complex) without her permission or knowledge. Is there anything that I can do to prevent the eviction? Could we sue for them transferring her guarantor form without permission?

Asked on November 7, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Texas

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

I suggets that you contact the property manager face to face about the situation that you have written about ans provide copies to him or her of payments made for rent. Follow up with a written letter or e mail memorializing the conversation. If such does not resolve the matter, your option is to contest the eviction and possibly consult with a landlord tenant attorney to assist you in such an endeavor.


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