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Refundable Deposits And Payments For Damage

Ontario Condo Information Centre
Publication date:
November 22, 2022
Article Summary: 

The blog post discusses damage deposits in condominiums and provides information on how they work. The author explains that a damage deposit is a sum of money that a tenant or owner of a condominium unit provides to the landlord or property management company as security against any potential damage to the property.

The article goes on to provide information on the maximum amount of damage deposits allowed in different provinces in Canada, as well as the conditions under which a landlord can deduct money from a damage deposit.

The blog post also discusses the importance of conducting a thorough inspection of the unit before moving in and documenting any pre-existing damage to avoid disputes over damage deposits at the end of the lease.

In conclusion, the blog post emphasizes the importance of understanding the rules and regulations surrounding damage deposits in condominiums and taking steps to protect one's interests as a tenant or owner.


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Source Citation: 
Ontario Condo Information Centre
Refundable Deposits And Payments For Damage
November 22, 2022
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