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The following Georgia agencies provide Landlord Tenant advice

- Atlanta Legal Aid  Landlord Tenant Rights

- Landlord Tenant information for Cherokee County Court

- Georgia Department of Community Affairs Section 8 Landlord Tenant Guide

 MOLD- is it in your home or apartment? Learn what to do now.

Normal Wear and Tear  and your security deposit.

Renters Insurance - Renters Insurance Guide - Apartments, Condos

 Find Landlord Tenant Lawyers with the Directory

 Landlord Responsibilities - What the landlord does for the tenant.

 Tenant Screening - Our  Tenant Screening Tool. Free Setup. .

 Tenant Rights and Responsibilities 

 Pets - and your landlord. How to Rent With Pets. Pet Deposits.

GEORGIA SECURITY DEPOSITS

This money is deemed to be security for any damage to the premises or non-payment of rent. the security deposit does not relieve the tenant of the duty to pay the last month's rent. It must be returned to the tenant upon vacating the premises, if no damage has been done beyond normal wear and tear and the rent is fully paid.

Read more on: Georgia Security Deposits.

GEORGIA EVICTIONS

In Georgia, a landlord may not simply remove you from your home or apartment. To be evicted from your home, a landlord must first go to court and win the eviction proceeding. Read more on Georgia Evictions

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