civil code 1950.5(g)(1)

Civil Code 1950.5: Security Deposits in California Residential Tenancies

Civil Code 1950.5 is the California law that discusses security deposits in California. Read this FAQ to learn about security deposits in California. Security Deposit FAQ Security Deposit Videos Still Have Questions? Landlords can always schedule a consultation with us to discuss specific questions and situations relating to California landlord/tenant law. We also wrote an article on […]

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Security Deposit Itemization and Refund via Email and Electronic Transfer, CC § 1950.5

After a tenant vacates the property and delivers possession back to the landlord, the landlord has up to 21 days to send an itemized list of security deposit deductions, as well as return any balance of the security deposit to the tenant. Under amended CC § 1950.5(g)(1), the landlord and tenant may mutually agree to have

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