Carpet Depreciation


i am at the end of my lease and would like to know the fl. state law of replacement of the carpet. i have rented this apt. for three years and the carpet was at least one year old when i moved in. i was told  the law is replacement every four years of carpet in a residental rental home in fl however i wanted to be sure this is the actual law.   it seems like there should be some type of carpet depreciation for apartments.  how often does a landlord have to replace carpet?  if anyone can help i would greatly appriciate it.

Edited on: Friday, September 10th, 2010 12:01 am

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