Landlord Letter Returning Security Deposit
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Landlord Letter Returning Security Deposit

Landlord Letter Returning Security Deposit

BY CERTIFIED MAIL
  and    and    and 
 

Dear   and    and    and  :

This letter concerns the residential lease agreement, dated , between you and (the "Lease"), in which you leased the premises located at (the "Premises"). On , you paid a security deposit in the amount of   plus a pet damage deposit of .

I am hereby returning the security deposit to you. This is in keeping with Alabama law, which requires that I make this return within 60 days of your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Alaska law, which requires that I make this return within 14 days of the termination of your tenancy. This is in keeping with Arizona law, which requires that I make this return within 14 days of your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Arkansas law, which requires that I make this return within 60 days of the termination of your tenancy. This is in keeping with California law, which requires that I make this return within 21 days of your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Colorado law, which requires that I make this return within one month of the last to occur of your vacating the Premises or the termination of the Lease. This is in keeping with Connecticut law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days of the termination of your tenancy, or within 15 days of receiving your forwarding address, whichever was later. This is in keeping with Delaware law, which requires that I make this return within 20 days of the termination of the Lease. This is in keeping with Florida law, which requires that I make this full return within 15 days of your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Florida law, which requires that I notify you within 30 days of your vacating the Premises of my intent to impose a claim on the deposit and the reasons for the claim. This is in keeping with Georgia law, which requires that I make this return within one month of the last to occur of your vacating the Premises or the termination of the Lease. This is in keeping with Hawaii law, which requires that I make this return within 14 days of the termination of the Lease. This is in keeping with Idaho law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days of your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Illinois law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days of your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Idaho law, which requires that I make this return within 45 days of the termination of the Lease and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Iowa law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days of the termination of the tenancy and my receipt of your mailing address or delivery instructions. This is in keeping with Kansas law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days of the termination of the tenancy and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Kentucky law, which requires that I make this return upon your request after the termination of your tenancy, so long as the request is within 60 days of the termination of your tenancy. This is in keeping with Louisiana law, which requires that I make this return within one month after the date the tenancy terminates. This is in keeping with Maine law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Maryland law, which requires that I make this return within 45 days after the end of the tenancy. This is in keeping with Michigan law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Massachusetts law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the end of your tenancy. This is in keeping with Minnesota law, which requires that I make this return within 3 weeks after the termination of your tenancy and receipt of your mailing address and delivery instructions. This is in keeping with Mississippi law, which requires that I make this return within 45 days after the termination of your tenancy and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Missouri law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the date of termination of your tenancy. This is in keeping with Montana law, which requires that I make this full return within 10 days of your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Montana law, which requires that I notify you, within 30 days of the earlier to occur of the termination of your tenancy or your vacating the Premises, of a written list of rent due and damage and cleaning charges that are your responsibility. This is in keeping with Nebraska law, which requires that I make this return within 14 days after demand and designation of the location to where this notice should be made or mailed. This is in keeping with Nevada law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the end of your tenancy. This is in keeping with New Hampshire law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the end of your tenancy. This is in keeping with New Jersey law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the termination of your Lease. This is in keeping with New Jersey law, which requires that I make this return within 5 days after the event that caused your departure. This is in keeping with New Jersey law, which requires that I make this return within 15 days after the event that caused the termination of your Lease. This is in keeping with New Mexico law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the end of your tenancy. This is in keeping with New York law, which requires that I make this return within a reasonable time after the end of your tenancy. This is in keeping with North Carolina law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the end of your tenancy and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with North Dakota law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the termination of your Lease and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Ohio law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the termination of your Lease and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Oklahoma law, which requires that I make this return within 45 days after the end of your tenancy and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Oregon law, which requires that I make this return within 31 days after the end of your tenancy and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Pennsylvania law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the first to occur of the termination of your Lease and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Rhode Island law, which requires that I make this return within 20 days after the last to occur of the termination of your tenancy, your vacating the Premises, or your providing me with an address to receive this notice. This is in keeping with South Carolina law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after the last to occur of the termination of your tenancy and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with South Dakota law, which requires that I make this return within two weeks after the termination of your tenancy and your providing me with an address to receive this notice. This is in keeping with Tennessee law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Texas law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Utah law, which requires that I make this return within 30 days after your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Vermont law, which requires that I make this return within 14 days after your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Vermont law, which requires that I make this return within 60 days after your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Virginia law, which requires that I make this return within 45 days after termination of the tenancy and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Washington law, which requires that I make this return within 21 days after termination of the Lease and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with West Virginia law, which requires that I make this return within the earlier of 60 days of the termination of the tenancy or 45 days of the occupancy of the Premises by a later tenant. This is in keeping with Wisconsin law, which requires that I make this return within 21 days after the termination of the Lease and your vacating the Premises. This is in keeping with Wyoming law, which requires that I make this return within the later to occur of 30 days after the termination of your Lease or 15 days after receiving your new mailing address.  As agreed in the Lease, I made deductions from the security deposit for unpaid rent, damages, maintenance, and property repair to the Premises as follows:

SECURITY DEPOSIT SETTLEMENT

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Credit Deductions Total Comments
1. Initial Security Deposit
2. Pet Damage Deposit (if applicable) $0.00
3. Interest on the deposit(s) (at 0% per year) $0.00
4. Total of 1-3
5. Repairs and maintenance (if available, attach photos
of damage taken during walk-through)
$0.00
6. Cleaning
     (a) General Cleaning
     (b) Curtains
     (c) Carpet
$0.00
7. Painting $0.00
8. Missing fixtures or appliances $0.00
9. Damaged fixtures or appliances $0.00
10. Pet damage (if applicable) $0.00
11. Unpaid rent (if applicable) $0.00
12. Total of 5-11 $0.00
13. Balance due (4 minus 12)

This is a notice of my intention to impose a claim for damages in the amount of  on your security deposit, due to   and    and    and  . It is sent to you as required by Florida Statutes section 83.49(3). You are hereby notified that you must object in writing to this deduction from your security deposit within 15 days from the time you receive this notice or I will be authorized to deduct my claim from your security deposit. Your objection must be sent to , , , .

You must respond to this notice by mail within 7 days after receipt of same, otherwise you will forfeit the amount claimed for damages.

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Sincerely,
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