Security Deposit Receipt - Move In/Out Condition

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Use the Security Deposit Receipt - Move In/Move Out Condition form to document property condition and needed repairs at the beginning and end of the tenancy.

Document Last Modified: 3/27/2023

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State Specific Clauses

CA State Assist

When the tenant requests an initial inspection, the landlord and the tenant must try to agree on a mutually convenient date and time for the inspection. The inspection cannot be scheduled earlier than two weeks before the end of the tenancy or lease term. The inspection should be scheduled to allow the tenant ample time to perform repairs or do cleaning identified during the initial inspection. The landlord MUST give the tenant at least 48 hours' advance written notice of the date and time of the inspection whether or not the parties have agreed to a date and time for the inspection.

The landlord is not required to give the 48-hour notice to the tenant if:
The parties have not agreed on a date and time, and the tenant no longer wants the inspection; OR
The landlord and tenant have agreed in writing to waive (give up) the 48-hour notice requirement.

We know landlords/property managers lead very busy lives. Because of that fact, we maximized the benefit of some of our forms including this Security Deposit Receipt: Move-In/Out Condition form. The Security Deposit Receipt: Move In/Out Condition document is a two-in-one form, designed for maximum efficiency when moving tenants in and out of your properties.

Once you move a tenant in, you will likely collect a Security Deposit for which you should keep a record and provide the tenant with a receipt. In addition, you will want to complete a walk-through of the property at the beginning of the lease period to confirm the condition of the property when the tenant moves in. The same walk through inspection is done at the end of a lease as well. With our Security Deposit Receipt: Move-In/Out Condition form, there is no need for two separate forms. Everything you need is captured in this one easy, complete form.

No more worries about accounting for a tenant’s Security Deposit. You can routinely use the Security Deposit Receipt: Move-In/Out Condition form with every tenant who signs a lease with you. This document eliminates any discrepancy between what the tenant is or is not responsible for when it comes to damages to the property. The form includes a section for needed repairs at the time of move-in as well as a place for tenant’s signature

The self-explanatory Security Deposit Receipt: Move In/Out Condition document can be a companion form along with our Move-In/Out Checklist form, or you can use it as a stand-alone.

Organization and professionalism are two key factors in being a great landlord or property manager. Our Security Deposit Receipt: Move-In/Out form aids in keeping you organized and professional.

Accounting for tenant Security Deposit is critical. Using our Security Deposit Receipt: Move In/Out Condition form will ensure that you are well prepared with all of the documentation you need.