Nail holes/normal wear and tear
I’ve read at numerous online locations that small nail holes in the wall of a rental are considered normal wear and tear in California and can’t be used as a means to withold part of a deposit. Where is the case law or statute that specifically addresses this? The civil code I checked only stated normal wear and tear but did not specifically address nail holes. There must be a case somewhere that addresses this and I need this to present to my landlord. Thank you.
Edited on: Friday, June 10th, 2011 12:50 pm
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