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Q. Security deposit

I am living in a flat we two bachelors I have few queries.

1.After living one year we recently got the agreement renewed with no lock in periid clause I want to vacate the house am I obliged to provide any replacement legally as no such thing is mentioned it is a proper registered aggreement
2.Can my landlord deduct amount of my security
3. For how many months I can live without paying rent legally with asking them to adjust in my security deposit like I have 3 months of deposit
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A. Dear Sir,
Normally the landlord may deduct one month rent towards painting charges provided you issues a notice as per the terms of rent agreement. It is better for you to stop payment of rent for next three months after or before service of your notice to avoid future complications.

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A. Dear Client,
In these kinds of situations , everything that is written in the agreement is followed. If it is not specifically mentioned in the agreement that any replacement has to be provided then there is absolutely no need of providing any.
Moreover, if you have paid the security deposit to the owner and not to the person who previously lived at your apartment in your place then the owner is liable to adjust the amount with your rent when you decide to leave the place, provided it is specifically stated in the agreement that was made.
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Sayaree Ganguly

Experience: 2 Year(s)

Responded 2 months ago

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A. U should take notice to the landlord before one month then no issues for you

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 2 Year(s)

Responded 2 months ago

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A. 1.yes
2.yes ask by notice
3.By proper application to Court
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Sunil Kumar Singh

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