My former landlord deducted unclogging of grease from sink and damaged master bath light switch from 2 years ago. Is this legal?
I just moved out of the unit, and the deposit deductions included charges for unclogging grease from sink (fixed by landlord 2 years ago) and damaged master bath light switch (fixed by landlord a year ago). In addition, I was charged with cooktop damage replacement parts and cleaning of shower doors—neither of these issued were brought up during the final walk-through. Is this legal?? I’m feeling a little skeptical about this since the first two had already been fixed by the landlord and I wouldn’t consider them extraordinary damage…
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