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I will not be returning your security deposit for the premises located at [address of the property]. I am keeping the security deposit to cover the following: [Include an itemized list with the amount(s) you are withholding. (Example: Failure to pay last months rent$X.)
In order to get your security deposit back if the landlord hasnt returned it, you need to write a demand letter. Include the information below and send the letter by certified mail with a return receipt requested. In some cases, you may need to acknowledge that there is some damage to the unit.
Dear [Landlords Name], I am writing to request that you return my security deposit in the amount of $. I vacated my rental unit at [rental address] on [move out date] and left it in excellent condition, which you acknowledged on our final walkthrough.
What happens at the end of my tenancy? When you leave, if you and your landlord or agent both agree on how much of the deposit you should get back, you should get it back within ten days of agreeing. If your deposit was held in a custodial scheme, you will also receive some interest on the deposit.
Your landlord or letting agent cant take money from your deposit for reasonable wear and tear. This means things that gradually get worse or need replacing over time, for example paintwork, or a piece of furniture.
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A landlord must give an itemized, written notice explaining all of the deductions taken within a certain time after the tenant has terminated the lease and moved out. If the tenant doesnt receive an itemized list, the landlord could lose its right to keep any part of the security deposit.
In California, a lease cannot state that a security deposit is non-refundable. If you can prove your landlord failed to return your security deposit for an improper purpose, the small claims court **may** order the landlord to return the deposit and also pay a penalty to you of twice the deposit amount.
A landlord can only deduct from the deposit for damages. If you move out of a rental property after 10 years, dont allow the landlord to deduct the cost of paint and carpet from your deposit its against California law.
(4) The landlord need not comply with paragraph (2) or (3) if either of the following applies: (A) The deductions for repairs and cleaning together do not exceed one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125).
If your deposit is protected with our Insured scheme (which means that your landlord or letting agent holds your deposit) and you have requested it back from them and 10 days have passed, you are able to raise a dispute via TDS.

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