The bond helps the relationship between a tenant and the owner of a property have certain guarantees. Both one party and the other must meet a series of commitments for everything to work correctly.
Today we want to tell you what reasons can justify that an owner does not return a deposit to his tenants. The guarantee is the guarantee that tries to ensure the fulfillment of an obligation. Its objective is to ensure that the owners can have a kind of insurance on the correct use of the property.
The Urban Tenants Law establishes that the Autonomous Communities may establish the obligation for owners to deposit a rental deposit. This deposit will be guarded by the appropriate body for it and will be returned based on current regulations.
One of the characteristics of the deposits is that they are refundable, that is, after the rental contract expires, the deposit should be returned if everything has been carried out correctly.
In order to recover a deposit, the lessee must have complied with certain rules established in the contract and must have returned the property without damage and clean. If the established conditions are not met, the deposit will not be returned.
We tell you the reasons that can justify the lack of return.
In short, a tenant must comply with the rules established in the contract, take charge of the payments, meet their monthly payments and keep the property that has been rented in order, cleanliness and good condition.
If you meet all of these issues there should be no reason why the tenant should not return your deposit.