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

This question is about Vermont Security Deposit Law

A Vermont landlord can legally deduct the unpaid rent, monetary damage caused by the tenant’s breach of the lease, repairs for non-wear damage to the property itself, unpaid utilities, costs of removing abandoned property, and any charges outlined in the lease used to return the premises to their original condition.

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