Client seeks assistance in landlord/tenant matter. The eviction complaint seeks September 2018 through July 2019 rent plus attorney’s fees, late fees, and court costs. Client lives in the property with his wife and four children. Part of the rental payment is subsidized by a non-profit program. Client claims that he was late on his last payment because his wife had an emergency and that was when the eviction process was initiated. Client believes the current calculations are inaccurate and while some money is owed, the ledger on file does not account for all payments made. Client and his family would like to remain in the property and continue paying more than the monthly rent in order to make up for arrears. Client has four months of past rent set aside because management stopped accepting rental payments. Landlord is represented by Kenneth Baritz, Esq. The hearing is scheduled for September 6, 2019 at 8:45 am in Courtroom 3.

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