Your landlord needs to provide you with a written, detailed accounting of all deductions from your security deposit within thirty days from when you vacated, provided you gave the landlord a forwarding address.
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Since you do not have a landlord and tenant relationship, you will likely need to file an Action in Ejectment with the Court of Common Pleas.
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Your landlord is required to provide you with a written itemization of any damages and status of your security deposit within 30 days from when you moved, so long as you gave the landlord a forwarding address.
You should contact an attorney. In Pennsylvania there is a specific time limit in which a landlord must notify the tenant of the status of their security deposit after the tenant moves out. In addition, the itemization must provide a detailed explanation of any deductions.
Yes, so long as the action arose out of a residential lease and the tenant was personally served with the notice of intent to attach wages. There are specific procedures that the landlord must follow in order to put the wage attachment into effect. However, the tenant's wages may be exempt from attachment if the tenant's income falls below the poverty guidelines.
This case would need to be filed in Philadelphia Municipal Court. Unfortunately the Court will require you to have an address in order to serve the complaint. I suggest you go to the local post office where he used to live to see if he forwarded his mail. Without an address, you will not be able to sue him in Municipal Court.