When you rented your residence, chances are that you provided a security deposit. This is money used to secure the performance of a lease. If you, as the tenant, have fulfilled all of your obligations under the lease, have paid the rent in full and on time, have left no financial obligation to the landlord, and have caused no damage beyond ordinary wear and tear, you are entitled to a full return of the security deposit.
But what happens if the landlord doesn’t return your security deposit or send an accounting? The first thing you should do is send a letter requesting that he/she do just that—return your deposit. This sample letter can be used to request the security deposit back from the landlord.
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