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The document titled 'Refund of Security Deposit by Landlord' is a formal letter written by a tenant to their landlord requesting the refund of their security deposit. The document begins with the account holder's personal information, including their first name, last name, address, phone number, and email. The letter is addressed to the landlord and is sent via registered and ordinary post.
The letter starts by addressing the landlord and stating the purpose of the communication, which is to demand the refund of the security deposit in relation to the property. It mentions that the tenant has been occupying the property based on a tenancy agreement dated agreement date for a specific term of years. The tenant confirms that they have paid the security deposit in the specified amount.
The letter further states that the tenancy agreement was terminated on termination date, and the tenant has vacated the premises and returned the keys to the landlord. It emphasizes that the rent has been paid in full, and the tenant has provided their new address to the landlord.
The tenant expresses their concern about not receiving the security deposit or any accounting for the money from the landlord. They set a demand date by which they expect to receive the refund. If the landlord fails to comply, the tenant threatens to take legal action and seek not only the refund of the security deposit but also additional punitive damages as allowed under the jurisdiction's state law.
The letter concludes with a request to the landlord to immediately mail the deposit to the provided address. It is signed with 'Yours faithfully' followed by the account holder's first name and last name.
1. Enter your personal information: Fill in your first name, last name, address, phone number, and email in the respective fields.
2. Address the letter to the landlord: Write the landlord's name and address as the recipient of the letter.
3. Specify the purpose of the letter: Clearly state that the letter is a demand for the refund of the security deposit related to the property.
4. Provide details of the tenancy agreement: Mention the date of the agreement and the term of years for which you have occupied the property.
5. Confirm the payment of the security deposit: State that you have paid the security deposit in the specified amount.
6. Inform about the termination of the tenancy agreement: Mention the date on which the agreement was terminated and state that you have vacated the premises and returned the keys.
7. Assert the non-receipt of the security deposit: Express your concern about not receiving the security deposit or any accounting for the money.
8. Set a demand date: Specify a date by which you expect to receive the refund.
9. Threaten legal action: Clearly state that if the refund is not received by the demand date, you will take legal action and seek additional punitive damages.
10. Request immediate action: Ask the landlord to mail the deposit to your provided address.
11. Sign the letter: Conclude the letter with 'Yours faithfully' followed by your first name and last name.