The deposit was 300.00 and they were late four out of six months of their lease, causing me to be late with my mortgage. so I already deducted the late fees. However between the couch and the damages the cost goes well over the remaining deposit.
So I am basically looking for the botXXXXX XXXXXne I guess...would it be a waste of time to sue them for the damages and stolen couch, and should i just leave them alone. And I am still trying to figure out if they can turn me in for the harassment that I have apparently inflicted upon them...I have not threatened other then saying that I will take them to court if they do not make amends for the missing couch and damages.
Ok thank you, XXXXX XXXXX area of concern in this matter is I currently live now In Maryland, and my is in Norfolk, Va, do I have to go back to the county that the house is in or can I go to any court house in VA.
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