Refund of Security Deposit by Landlord

Request Letter from Tenant

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This document is a request letter from the tenant to the landlord to refund the security deposit after the expiry of the tenancy agreement.

The letter sets out the details of the agreement i.e. the agreement date, amount of security deposit and end date of the agreement. 

The letter allows the tenant to fix a demand date by which the landlord must pay the security deposit to the tenant. 

How to use this Document?

This document should be carefully read by the Individual Tenant and Landlord.

The agreement date, the amount of security deposit required, the date on which the premises was vacated, and the payable date should be clearly stated in the request letter.

The letter should be sent before any legal proceedings are initiated for breach of the tenancy agreement.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


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


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