Rejection of Use of Security Deposit in Lieu of Final Rent Payment in relation to Tenancy / Lease

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In relation to a lease / tenancy /rental, the tenant has indicated that that he/she will not pay rent for the final months by deducting from the security deposit. This is the formal rejection from the Landlord that this approach is unacceptable.

You are required to vacate the Premises on or before DATE ("Termination Date"), which is the original Termination Date under the tenancy agreement. We note your request to use the Security Deposit in lieu of paying rents for the last Y months.

Under clause X of the Agreement which stipulates for the payment of rent as a sparate payment obligation to the Security Deposit, we do not accept the deduction from security deposit in lieu of rent payment for the final months. The purpose of Security Deposit is to protect the landlord from any damages or unpaid rent or bills relating to the Premises. We will take immediate legal action against you should you failed to pay your rent for the final months.

Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Personal > Property > Notices / Demand for Rent / Security Deposit

 
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