Can your landlord pay your rent if you have a lease? If so, do the lease conditions still apply? If the landlord stops paying your rent, then you go back to paying the rent, correct? The landlord can't claim that by paying your rent, that this nullifies the lease, can he? Thank you.
1 Answer from Attorneys
It's hard to understand your question. I've never heard of a landlord paying the tenant's rent. Either the tenant pays, or the landlord starts eviction proceedings. Maybe you meant to say it differently, or I misunderstood you.
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