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How Many Days Does A Landlord In Florida Have To Return A Renter's Security Deposit?

Section 83.49 of the Florida Statutes Annotated provides a landlord must give a tenant written notice within 60 days of the tenant vacating the property if the landlord is withholding any portion of the security deposit. If there is no damage the deposit must be returned within 15 days.

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