New Landlord Not Saddled with Rent Payment Waivers of Its Predecessor

What Happened: A landlord sued to evict a physician tenant for not paying rent. While acknowledging that she was five months in arrears, the tenant noted that she had been allowed to pay late two years earlier without being charged late fees and that the landlord had thus waived its right to timely rent. The court agreed and found the landlord liable for wrongful eviction.  

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