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1 year lease with a total of five tenants. Lease ends, walk through occurs, portion of security deposit refunded by check. Amount is disputed, check is never deposited, and landlord does not properly address the dispute. New 1 year lease signed with 1 tenant from previous lease and 2 new tenants. New tenants encounter issues with landlord, are evicted/break lease after approximately four months. Landlord sends list of damages to both sets of tenants with total of damages higher than the sum of both security deposits. Threatens to send all tenants to collections if the remaining alleged damages are not paid. Can the landlord do this?Upon review, I want to make sure I clarify this point. After the second set of tenants leave, landlord does a walk through and sends a single list of damages addressed to all of the tenants from both the first and second leases, presumably as though they are all jointly liable for alleged damages discovered upon the departure of the second set of tenants. Can she do that? Can she ruin our credit by sending us all to collections?