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May 10, In Florida if the lease is not exactly stating what the tenants responsibility is for the yard maintenance than the Ll can't deduct it.
The landlord shall not abuse the right of access or use it to harass the tenant.
Tree trimming is not a tenants responsibility even if you put it in the lease it has to be reasonable. Dec 27, I recently received an itemized list of deduction from my security deposit. In that list, I was being chargedfor landscaping work: Trim bushes in rear yard, pulling of weeds in the rear yard, mowing of the yard (even though i mowed the lawn 3 days before moving), Trimming.
A landlord in Florida can legally deduct the following from the security deposit: unpaid rent, monetary damage caused by the tenant’s breach of the lease, repairs for damage and charges allowed under the lease. However, repairs and restorations are not chargeable against the security deposit if they are for that damage was caused by normal [ ]Estimated Reading Time: 30 secs.
Jul 31, Unless your lease mentions something specific, general maintenance and upkeep (including major tree trimming where a professional would get involved) should be the landlords duty. Unless there’s more to the story, I’d have a conversation with the landlord to share your concerns. Jun 03, If the tree removal was necessary for overall safety of structure/tenants or resulted from weather damage (I assume this is your case), then it is an expense.
The expense category you selected will work. If the tree removal was part of a landscaping endeavor, then you would capitalize and depreciate. bushleaning.bardiy fall dollar tree wreath