Q: I am having problems with my landlord and I am hoping that you can offer some suggestions. I rented a house about three years ago. When I interviewed with the landlord, I explained that I was paid only twice a month and the days were always different and that I would sometimes be late on rent but never more than three or four days. The landlord said that was OK. I signed a lease and all was well the first year as I was late a few times but always paid in full within a few days of the first. Then the landlord started demanding rent on or before the first only and said he would charge late fees. Is this not a breach of contract? And then he said the late fees were $75 per day. That seems really high. Is this legal? I paid them reluctantly but now every month or so I get a "change of rules" letter taped to my door with threats of eviction if not followed. And the landlord quit doing the things that are required by law -- i.e., extermination for bugs, and he n...
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