The owner wants me to believe that the "industry standard" is no one gets their deposit back

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new at this in Concord, California

60 months ago

I am having a problem with that one. When it becomes impossible to come up with any more legal deductions he expects me to find a way to do it . He does not want to write any one a check for any part of a deposit. He say thats the way the Vasona's and the Fullers' and Castle management properties are run and I just dont believe it Can any one comment on that for me. If you can give me percentages or statistics. If its true there may be a job opening soon because i cant help him take whats not his. It's going to get critical in a couple of weeks and I would like to know what the standard really is. Thanks

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T in Modesto, California

60 months ago

That's insanely illegal.
Do what you know is right.
If you lose that job, good riddance.

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ApartmentManagerTips in Ontario, California

58 months ago

The owner may pay your paycheck, but im on board with morality also. A good move-in and move-out inspections should keep him from being able to do this. Since the resident gets a copy of it anyways, it could be their proof in court that they are entitled to an amount back under the right conditions.

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