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If you have a screening report stating you do not owe balance for damages, then you would use this as part of your defense. Furthermore, for the landlord to sue you for excess damages above your security deposit, they have to provide an itemized list of the repairs made and prove the repairs were not from ordinary wear and tear. As far as cat urine, if the landlord does prove that the damage was done by your cat and the other damages exceeded the deposit, then your defense is that the report that all damages were covered was an admission that there were no excess damages. If you have all of the documentation, then it appears the landlord would not succeed here.
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