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Request for Return of Security Deposit

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Request for Return of Security Deposit

This form prepares a letter for Pennsylvania tenants to send to your landlord to request the return of your security deposit. If appropriate, the letter will also notify your landlord that you wish to terminate your lease.

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Last Review and Update: Jul 15, 2011