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Re: Reasonable wear and tear? where?

Posted by terri on January 02, 2001 at 21:31:48:

In Reply to: Reasonable wear and tear? posted by myname on December 20, 2000 at 14:09:47:

: What exactly is considered to be reasonable wear and tear?

: I've been living in my apartment for 3.5 years and will be moving out next month. I know that the landlord can keep some or all of my security deposit to cover damages, not including reasonable wear and tear. What would fall under reasonable wear and tear? Is there anywhere I can go online to get a more detailed legal definition?

: Thanks.

To those asking questions: Experienced tenants and attorneys frequenting this message board may be willing to help with their knowledge. In asking questions, please provide the following: your city/location, if you are rent stabilized/controlled, coop/condo or under any form of regulation or subsidy, lease status, units in building and when it was built.

that said, here's what I found searching for 'wear':

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