Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Va law requires your landlord to provide you with a move-in/move out sheet when you take possession of a new apartment

Did you know: Va law requires your landlord to provide you with a move-in/move out sheet when you take possession of a new apartment.

This is a document in which you can note existing damages to the apartment. Make sure you ask for thi...s when you move into a new place, and make sure you do a walk-through of the apartment and fill the sheet out. This will make it more difficult for your landlord to make deductions from your security deposit for damage that you did not cause. Good luck.

Tucker Griffin Barnes
Charlottesville, VA
http://www.TGBLaw.com/
434-973-7474
 

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Clarissa Brooks said...

I did not know this. I just moved into a new apartment and I do not think we were given one, although their were no damages to the place. I have always lived in apartments so I try and keep in touch with my family lawyer,Davis Brown,so I don't end up in one of the nonsense Judge Judy cases on TV.