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Loehmann’s clothing stores, a nationwide chain with headquarters in New York, was the anchor tenant in the Lincoln View Plaza Shopping Center in Phoenix, Arizona, with a 20-year lease from the landlord, Foundation Development, beginning in 1978. Loehmann’s was obligated to pay rent the first of every month and to pay common-area charges four times a year. The lease stated that if Loehmann’s failed to pay on time, Foundation could send a notice of default, and that if the store failed to pay all money due within 10 days, Foundation could evict. On February 23, 1987, Foundation sent to Loehmann’s the common-area charges for the quarter ending January 31, 1987. The balance due was $3,500. Loehmann’s believed the bill was in error and sent an inquiry on March 18, 1987. On April 10, 1987, Foundation insisted on payment of the full amount within 10 days. Foundation sent the letter to the Loehmann’s store in Phoenix. On April 13, 1987, the Loehmann’s store received the bill and, since it was not responsible for payments, forwarded it to the New York office. Because the company had moved offices in New York, a Loehmann’s officer did not see the bill until April 20. Loehmann’s issued a check for the full amount on April 24 and mailed it the following day. On April 28, Foundation sued to evict; on April 29, the company received Loehmann’s check. Please rule.