Thank you for the post, will the landlord have to do any repairs to the unit for the new tenant?
No repairs at all, the house is even cleaner now.
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX the right to the return of your security deposit and last month's rent (provided that the last month's rent is not allocated to cover the period between the termination of your tenancy and the start of the new tenancy, e.g. the period the property is unoccupied and not drawing any rent from the new tenant).
The pet fee is also refundable as it is considered a portion of the security deposit in CA (for your reference, see http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/when-rent.shtml)
Do we have the right to request that he pays in full on our last day of the property and that he sends a representative in case he is not available to do it?
By last day of the property do you mean the last day of your tenancy?
yes, the new tenant is moving in the very next day.
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX the landlord has 21 days from the last day of your tenancy to return the security deposit. For your reference, see http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/sec-deposit.shtml
Also, to reitterate, your last month's rent is considered part of the security deposit and is refundable unless there is no regular payment for the last month's rent paid.
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