A landlord may terminate the lease agreement and evict a tenant if:
(1) the tenant fails to timely pay rent or other amounts due under the lease that in the aggregate equal the amount of at least one month's rent;
(2) the landlord notifies the tenant in writing that the payment is delinquent; and
(3) the tenant has not tendered the delinquent payment in full to the landlord before the 10th day after the date the tenant receives the notice.
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