You paid a refundable deposit when you rented an apartment. You left the apartment in good condition but the landlord won’t return your deposit.
Write a letter to the landlord. In your letter
- explain why you are writing
- ask for the return of your deposit
- inform the landlord of possible legal action
I have spent five years at your apartment and it was
such a commendable wonderful (an excellent) (experience can’t be commendable – praiseworthy.) experience for me. During this period, (Period = time. Don’t write both. Also, this is an introducer.) of time I have paid the rent well before the set dates, but, unfortunately, I am not getting the same reciprocation from your side. I am writing to remind you for of the return of the deposit that you have not paid me yet. (I am writing to remind you that I have not received the refundable deposit yet.)
is has been more than three months since I left your apartment. You have thoroughly checked each and every thing in the house including paint, conditions of the doors (maintain parallelism), and furniture, and found them in a good condition at the time of checkout. Therefore, I am entitled to receive the deposited money of INR 10000.
We have a friendly relation that I do not want to spoil. Thus, you should return the deposit to me within a few days. I hope you are aware of the legal rights of a tenant. I have enclosed the copy of the receipt of the deposit and NOC, which you
have given gave (maintain the simple past tense) me when I vacated the house, with this letter. It would be better for both of us to solve the matter outside the court.
for to your response.