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After a tenant moves out, the landlord may use all or part of the security deposit for the following reasons only:
What repair records does a landlord need to give to the tenant?
If a landlord retains any portion of a tenant’s security deposit:
Failure to provide the list and supporting documents to the tenant results in the landlord losing the right to retain any portion of the security deposit.
What records does a landlord need to keep and for how long?
In addition to maintaining all records regarding the collection and holding of any security deposits, landlords who collect security deposits must also keep detailed records about the cost of repairs for which any portion of a tenant’s security deposit was retained, including all bills, receipts, and invoices. Security deposit records must be kept by the landlord for a period of 2 years following the end of every tenancy. Tenants and prospective tenants have a right to inspect these records.