Property Damage

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Property Damage

If a Tenant damages the rented property then a Landlord can deduct the amount of damage from the security deposit left from the Tenant in the first place. If the damage amount is beyond the amount of security deposit then a Landlord can sue the Tenant in court to recover the damages owed by Tenant. On the other hand, If a tenant refuses to pay the money and doesn’t believe they are responsible for the damages then it can be difficult to get them to pay money unless they are legally Compelled to do that

Types of Damages you can charge Tenant for
  1. Torn Carpet
  2. Broken Furniture
  3. Large Holes and Stains on Walls
  4. Wear and Tear Beyond Control

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