It has been a few years back already, so I will have to dig Through my records to find out. Worst case scenario is that they did send a notice CMRR. If they did send notice CMRR I still need to know if a lease is considered a contract that comes under real property SOL statutes in FL, which states 5 years after the end of the lease term. I am looking at St of FL 95.11 (2) (a)?? Is this the applicable statute, or does another apply? The SOL may only be a year away, so I need to know which SOL applies in order to make a decision, do I awaken the sleeping dog or just try and wait out the remainder of time needed until the SOL runs out.
Should I need to, I have also read in the FL statutes where I should ask if they leased the apartment out prior to the termination of my son's original lease term, which would limit or restrict the amount they can request, or that I am otherwise liable for. This happend in a college town were my son was going to college, so with the shortage of housing there, they likely did re-lease the apartment. It might be why they have not gone after us for the amount, yet as the cosigner it is still on my credit report, and I want to get it removed. If I recall they, the Lessor, was required to first try and collect from my son, which I do not think they have given it any effort to do such.