Residential Lease Deposit Agreement

Since you have successfully protected your rights as a tenant in the rental agreement, the lessor violates the conditions by choosing to withhold the deposit. It is best to inform your landlord that you will be applying to the Small Claims Tribunal (TBS) to assert a claim for your surety. Hello, if the rental contract mentions the refund of the deposit within 14 days of handing over the keys, the owner can keep the money in breach of contract. Since there are minor wear and tear for which a certain amount must be deducted from the deposit, as agreed by the owner during the preliminary check and final delivery. However, the owner maintains our deposit and does not react after handing over the keys. What is the legal obligation, the owner can be sued for breach of contract But as far as I know, it is the right of the owner to ask for at least one month of bail, regardless of the duration of the lease. Am I wrong? I decided to review the contract and chat with my partner, and finally we decided not to take the place, because we have problems with the rental conditions. When I contacted the owner to inform you of my refusal when renting the place, he said how: Can you consult please? Our case is very similar to the example posted above. In the last 6 years we have rented a private apartment (on a 2-year lease for 3 consecutive periods) and LL uses our 2-month acomptt. Despite the announcement that we are in the 4th Do not extend and extend goodwill by 1 month, the LL withholds our deposit and says that we have polluted his unit, which is 16 years old in the first place!! To be honest, when we moved into this unit, it was like hell for us, because the kitchen was literally rotten with rations and infested with rats, ants and cockroaches. It`s too late when you only found out when you moved in. We complained for 2-3 months, but the owner does not want to replace the kitchen until we have convinced him with the help of our agent in our 4th month.

We enjoyed it, although I know (as an architect) that the kitchen countertop they built is a LOW COST material and doesn`t last normal wear and tear for two years. Calm is therefore ancient history, we have renewed our 2nd and 3rd mandates, and it is time for us to continue, because we really see that the unit is aging a lot. We left the appliance on October 14 and cleaned as much as possible, but we were surprised to know that he wanted us to pay for the “partially” washed out kitchen laminate (it`s a cheap leaf laminate) and Mart near the sink was sealed due to fundamental wear, as we have been using it for 6 years. We cook, and we wash the dishes every day, so this is especially expected with a porous material like PVC laminates, where mold is expected in time. As a tenant for 6 years with an expensive rent of 3000 for a BARE and an old unit like this, we think it is very unfair to pay for this kitchen. And he even wants us to pay half of the paint in the small room because of the discoloration of the paint (the wall handles have started to show off, and I think the paint (two years ago) is starting to fade, and old dirty color that says it appears) and traces of stickers that we were able to remove by cleaning them, but still wants, let us pay. And he wants us to pay for the cleaner he would hire for $150. We really feel like he`s enjoying it, and it`s been over 2 weeks since we moved and our depot is still with him….

Posted on: October 4, 2021, by : greyson