Well, you have moved out for a reason. Hopefully, it is because you got a great job across town. But all too often it is because of things you don’t like about your current rental or your landlord. Now, you’ll have to deal with the issue of getting your security deposit back, eviction issues, damages to the apartment, or legal issues. Here you will find valuable information regarding issues after you have moved out.
Can my security deposit be forfeited if I don’t give proper notice?
Can my landlord keep my security deposit to pay for my rent owed?
What can I do to get my security deposit refunded?
Can I sue my landlord for not making repairs?
I got evicted. What do I do now?
Can I get evicted if I lost my job?
What if my rental property gets foreclosed on?
Note: Please keep in mind that most of these topics are often affected by local, state, and federal laws. Moreover, those laws constantly change. So do not construe any of the topics discussed at Tenants.com to be legal advice. If you have any legal questions, you’ll need to consult an attorney. One good way to do that is right on this website under the Tenant Legal Questions page.