Yes. The tenant must be asked for the rent first. This is called a rent demand. It warns the tenant that you want the rent, and that if the tenant doesn’t pay, the tenant can be evicted. The rent demand must tell the tenant the months and amounts of rent that the tenant owes. Also list additional rent, like water charges or taxes, that the lease says you can collect.
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