Lease's Allocation Clause Ruled Invalid

Facts: A resident sued the site owners for use of an allocation clause in the resident’s lease. The clause requires a resident to specifically and in writing designate his monthly payment as “rent” or “for rent” for it to be considered as such. The clause allows the owners to apply undesignated payments from a tenant first toward outstanding maintenance charges, late fees, or legal fees, and then to rent.

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