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Is it okay to pay the owner twice in every month? by Jp (California ) on September 25, 2017 @20:33

                              
Im not an expert to know abt the laws for rent. My mom rented here in california for more than 20 years and every 15th month we're paying our rent but recently the owner told us to pay them twice a month, like a cash advance. Is that okay for us to pay them this week and then next month we pay them again! And then they tell us that if we dont pay them they will feel lose lol that's funny.
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Re: Is it okay to pay the owner twice in every month? by Anonymous on September 25, 2017 @22:37 [ Reply ]
What ?????
Re: Is it okay to pay the owner twice in every month? by Kathleen on September 25, 2017 @23:22 [ Reply ]
"every 15th month we're paying our rent"
Your rent is due the 15th of the month.

"but recently the owner told us to pay them twice a month"
Your landlord either wants or will accept bi-monthly payments. Has the rent been continually late or short? Did the tenant ASK to pay every other week to coincide with paydays or did the LL come up with this out of the blue

"ike a cash advance"
That makes no sense.

Is that okay for us to pay them this week and then next month we pay them again!"
You would be paying on the 1st and 15. No surprise there.

"And then they tell us that if we dont pay them they will feel lose lol that's funny"
I don't understand this statement.
Re: Is it okay to pay the owner twice in every month? by Anonymous on September 26, 2017 @11:29 [ Reply ]
you would be paying 1/2 of the rent on the first of each month and the other half on the 15th of the month. the question is, has the landlord gave proper notice of a change in terms and do you agree with them. such a change in terms should require at least a 60 day notice and be in writing. your mom may need to check with your city/county to be sure that such terms are permitted. some rent control areas, this may be illegal to do.

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