claim against deposit for reinstatement
Tenancy Types and Management

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16 years ago
It's not really rocket science. Take the actual replacement/ repair cost and deduct a sensible amount for fair wear and tear depending on age - guestimate it. If they don't agree, go to arbritation - it's what it is for.

You expect fair wear and tear - it's a part of doing business. Malicious damage however is another thing.

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