If you are not entitled to the deposit, it is not your property to list.
As for the lease, yes you must list it as an executory contract. Your landlord has to provide space and you have to keep paying. You can indicate that you wish to assume the lease.
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The lease is listed on Schedule "G" and on your statement of intention you list that you wish to accept the lease. The security deposit should be listed on schedule B and then a security interest on the deposit should be listed on schedule D for the landlord. Hope this helps....
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A residential lease is listed on schedule G and on your statement of intention.
Only list the security deposit if it is your money. You should not list the security deposit if it is your girlfriends money.