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Whats The Real Deal with Carpet Cleaning? According to the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, landlords CANNOT charge for routine carpet cleaning - either during the rental term or from a security deposit - no matter what the lease says.
Consider Small Claims Court If your demand letter for damages (or unpaid rent) exceeding the security deposit is a success, you will receive the money owed to you.
A letter from the landlord to the tenant for repairs should include: Date. Landlord or property manager name. Property address. Amount of security deposit being withheld. Description of damages and cost of repairs. Indication of security deposit balance being returned and how paid.
Most states dont impose a limit on how much a landlord can charge for damages, but you should be able to justify the expense of making repairs. Landlords cant charge for normal wear and tear, such as thin spots in carpeting near the front door that appear after five years.
(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).
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California state law indicates that a landlord can be charged up to three times the deposit as a fine for illegally withholding money from former tenants for labor and repairs. Protect yourself by making the labor rate completely reasonable if were to ever be reviewed by a judge.
Most states dont impose a limit on how much a landlord can charge for damages, but you should be able to justify the expense of making repairs. Landlords cant charge for normal wear and tear, such as thin spots in carpeting near the front door that appear after five years.
A landlord can deduct from the tenants security deposit: The cost of fixing any damages to the property caused by the tenant or the tenants guests. The cost of cleaning the unit when the tenant moves out, but only to make the unit as clean as it was when the tenant first moved in (less reasonable wear and tear).
The law says landlords: May only charge for the first and last months rent, a new lock and key, and a security deposit when you first move in. May not ask for a security deposit that is more than your 1st months rent. May not charge other fees, like pet fees, cleaning fees, and application fees.
It is not illegal for your landlord to increase your security deposit and ask for a second payment, but if you have a lease, your landlord cannot ask for a second payment unless it is expressly provided for in the lease. Without a lease, your landlord must first give you written notice of the security deposit increase.

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