Houston, TX asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Rights and Collections for Texas

Q: What type of letter I need?

I recently receive my rental report history and I have a balance for $36,575 with zero late fees zero late payments zero court dates so I called the company and I asked them how did I and why do I have a balance of $36,575 they told me they don’t know the person who used to work for the apartments no longer work there anymore so they told me to come in to the office and sign a mutual release document I did not sign it because I don’t understand the mutual part I never owed any money from day one which they agreed. I never owed anything so why do they want me to sign a mutual I need help because I want to clear this off of my rental history it’s hindering me from getting a new place and I have 25 days to move out of my current apartment I was told to wait til they find out what kind of letter they needs to give me. Please someone help with this 36,575 is a lot of money I have all kinds of documentation to show I don’t owe which they to saw it.

1 Lawyer Answer
John Cucci Jr.
John Cucci Jr.
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Houston, TX

A: I would need to read the document to advise you on it. Try to attach it to a question here, and I can review it. Otherwise you can call my office.

I really need more info here.

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