Landlord’s Failure to Repair, Return Deposit
It is the responsibility of the Landlord to repair the damages due to wear and tear over time in the rental property. Wear and Tear may include leaking faucets, clogged pipes, maintaining a garage, preventing pests and insects from entering premises, and making sure there is a proper supply of water and other utilities included in the Tenant agreement.
If a Landlord deliberately does not maintain the premises, a Tenant can write a letter to the Landlord addressing the details of the damages which need to be fixed. On the other hand, if the Landlord refuses to address the problems then Tenant can seek Legal Action against him
Moreover, the Tenant can also seek Legal Help if the Landlord doesn’t return the deposit given at the time of the Tenancy agreement
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