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Old 03-27-2018, 09:32 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Disagreeable View Post
When one is dealing with a landlord such as you claim, one gets a copy of their move in and move out inspections and takes video of their move-in and move-out. When approached for outrageous charges, they sue the landlord in small claims court for their deposit. then the landlord must provide evidence to the court and the charges are adjusted by the magistrate.
I have both these copies and pictures. I got the judgement in my case because the judge saw how I left it. It was clean. And he can try.... But I have the judgement in my favor with all this written in the judgement.
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