we accidently send 600$ rent out to old landlord he knows about it and he said he want to hold on to it....no reason!house is clean and i know i will get my deposit back but i need that 600$ over paid rent because this will be our first payment for the new house rent. My landlord is just mad at us because we are moving out. can my landlord keep the 600$ over paid rent like that?or hold on to it?today is a house showing can i say that i wont let anyone inn without my money...?
This question is almost identical to a question posted recently from clarksville... So I assume you are the same to post both questions.
Asking the same question on multiple threads is neither helpful nor appropriate. (See http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/accidentally-send-half-of-rent-money-to-old-landlo-2007373.html)
As to your question for witholding access to the landlord, you may not unreasonably withhold consent for certain purposes of access defined by statute (State law). Again, I recommend you consult with an attorney and not to create multiple threads on the same topic.
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