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kipunji

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If your tenant is late on rent, are you able to use their last months rent, that you have in the bank to pay the mortgage???

Also, I am in the state of Florida!

Thank you!!!

OHlandlord

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If that money is in a seperate account that is known to the tenant, I would not do this.  They did not give you notice to vacate or permission to use that money.  If they are late, give them the appropriate notice (pay or quit notice or unconditional quit notice).  They need to pay that rent immediately or risk eviction.  If they do not pay, evict them.

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Ok...thank you!!!

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