What Can a Landlord Deduct From a Security Deposit in Connecticut?

This question is about Connecticut Security Deposit Law

A landlord in Connecticut can legally deduct the following from the security deposit: unpaid rent, utility bills, property damage and damage caused by the tenant’s failure to comply with obligations.

However, repairs and restorations are not chargeable against the security deposit if they are for that damage was caused by normal wear and tear, or existed before the tenant moved in.

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The information for this answer was found on our Connecticut Security Deposit Law answers.