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Can a landlord in Tucson Arizona require a $50 late fee plus $10/day if the rent is due on the first of the month (a Thurs) and the tenant went in on the 5th of the month (Monday) to pay? Also, can the landlord refuse a check payment for the total amount that day (the 5th) when that was the method of payment for 2 years and require a money order instead?
Thanks for your answers. We were surprised. Our daughter has never been late and they have always accepted her check for rent--money always in the bank, no bouncing. They changed office help, though, and we were told by someone to never use a money order. I think she resolved it by getting a cashiers check. Guess even if it is the first offence, their policy is tough love. Thanks for your helpful responses
Yes they can, to both issues. You are only 4 days late though, not 5, they can not charge you for the 1st. Most will not require a Marietta unless you have written a bad check though.
1. The landlord can charge any fees that you agreed to pay in your lease. 2. If you've been continuously late or bounced a check...the landlord can and should demand that rent be paid by MO.