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We does a non refundable pet deposit cover?

We paid a $250 non refundable pet deposit upon mving in and lived there two years. When we moved out they said they had to replace the carpets. They charged us the full price for the new carpeting. Shouldn't that $250 non refundable pet deposit be applied to the new carpet?

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that depends on whether the fee was "additional security deposit" or simply a fee for the privilege of having a pet... in most cases, the latter is the situation... and that means it is not security and shall not be credited against damages caused...

that depends on whether the fee was "additional security deposit" or simply a fee for the privilege of having a pet......... in most cases, the latter is the situation......... and that means it is not security and shall not be credited against damages caused.........

no...non refundable was made very clear...

no...non refundable was made very clear...

that depends on whether the fee was "additional security deposit" or simply a fee for the privilege of having a pet......... in most cases, the latter is the situation......... and that means it is not security and shall not be credited against damages caused.........

pet fee is non refundable... you get nothing back on the fee...

yeah

that depends on whether the fee was "additional security deposit" or simply a fee for the privilege of having a pet........................... in most cases, the latter is the situation........................... and that means it is not security and shall not be credited against damages caused...........................

that depends on whether the fee was "additional security deposit" or simply a fee for the privilege of having a pet........................... in most cases, the latter is the situation........................... and that means it is not security and shall not be credited against damages caused...........................

you need to check the wording... if it says deposit then it only goes to pet damage... it would only go to the cost of the carpet if it had to be replaced due to pet damage...

if it says fee then it does not go to any damages...