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TO: Colony Square apt.
FROM. Michael Adams 2nd.
In reponse to the list of damages you sent dated 7/17/15 which I didn’t receive until this date, 7/24/15. I am writing to dispute the following charges against my security deposit.
As required by California law, I am responding to you by by hand delivery within 7 days of when I received the list, indicating in detail my disagreement relative to the charges listed.
Carpet replacement, unit cleaning, and unit interior painting. I can show proof of there being no legal right for you to deduct those charges from my security deposit.
A total of all disputed charges amounts to 652.00 Please refund this amount of my security deposit promptly: 652.00
Please note that under California law, the security deposit is considered the lawful property of the tenant until the landlord establishes a right to the deposit or portions thereof. Within 21 days after termination of occupancy and not thereafter the landlord may commence an action in a court of competent jurisdiction for a money judgment for damages which he [or she] has claimed or in lieu thereof return the balance of the security deposit held by him [or her] to the tenant or any amount mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties.
If you wish to discuss this matter with me, please contact me at 6618174246 or you may contact my personal representative Judith Borden @6617489245 to discuss the matter. Please understand that I my legal rights and I prepared to pursue whatever legal action necessary However I sincerely wish to settled this w/ o involving the court system .Because I only ask for what I am legally entitled to.