What can be done to collect money paid to someone for a job they agreeded to do but failed to do and now refuse to do the work or return the deposit?
Can a landlord decide to collect a security deposit five months after lease was signed?
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Did the application have any wording on it to the effect that you would forfeit your deposit if you failed to apply for a lease? Many such applications DO have such wording in order to compensate the landlord for taking it off the market awaiting your lease application. Other than that, you'd be in better shape if you received a receipt for the deposit money.
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What if your landlord doesn't return security deposit within 30 days?
If the landlord has failed to comply with the security deposit law and has exhausted the time he's allotted to return the deposit, then you will need to proceed into your local small claims court and file a lawsuit. Before you file that lawsuit, check to see if your city/state allows for double/triple damages for failure to return the security deposit. If after the time has ran out for the landlord to return the deposit, he has forfeited any claims against it. If your state allows for double damages and your deposit was $875, that's $1750 that you would sue for plus court costs.