Is there a time limit on collecting rent payments?Susan Salehi Bankruptcy Ventura Oxnard Camarillo Santa Barbara Woodland Hills Los Angeles CA.

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A tenant given a three-day notice to pay rent or quit is also told to pay $250 owed from two years ago. Is this legal?

Question:I missed a rent payment, and my community supervisor served me with a three-day notice to pay rent or quit. The notice included the rent due and an additional $250. I asked the supervisor why the additional amount was included. He told me that when I missed the payment, his company accountant reviewed my payment records.

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