Q: Are we liable for payments from our apartment that we checked over 6 months if they were paid by all parties or not?
Over the past 6 months we have had assistance from HUD to pay for our rent they have paid half and we have paid half. HUD didn't pay the correct amount for a few months and we started receiving notices. However we checked with the main office at our complex to check our balance and they said we were fine. That started 6 months ago but now we are told we owe money because of HUD not paying the full amount. Are we liable for payments after checking with HUD, Main Office and documenting our visits with the office, keeping reciepts, keeping all notices and checking our balance?
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