What Can a Landlord Deduct From a Security Deposit in West Virginia?

This question is about West Virginia Security Deposit Law

What Can a Landlord Deduct From a Security Deposit in West Virginia? on iPropertyManagement.com

A West Virginia 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 associated with removing and storing abandoned property, and any charges outlined in the lease used to return the premises to their original condition.

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