can a new owner carge a deposit to tennants who alredy live in the appartments
We movwed in to an appartment and since then the appartments have changed owner now he wants to charge a deposit. Can he do this? Please help
Edited on: Monday, April 27th, 2015 7:42 am
One Response to “can a new owner carge a deposit to tennants who alredy live in the appartments”
November 26th, 2012 12:27 pm
In most cases that’s not right, it depends on how much he wants to charge you or from what period of time does he took over the ownership of the apartment. Even your written agreement with previous owner can help you. and you can ask the new owner to workout mutual understanding among them for the deposit.
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