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Missouri  Security Deposits

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Under Missouri law, a landlord can only require a maximum two months' rent as a security deposit. 

At the end of the lease, the landlord has 30 days to return the security deposit with an itemized list of damages for which any portion of the deposit is kept. 

During that 30-day period, the landlord must notify the tenant of the time and date when the landlord plans to inspect the dwelling. 

The tenant has the right to be present during the move-out inspection. 

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Attorney General Offices of the State Of Missouri has published a Landlord Tenant Guide.  
Go the official Landlord Tenant Law Site for Missouri
.  Landlord-Tenant Law booklets can be obtained by calling the Missouri Attorney General's toll-free Consumer Protection Hotline, 800-392-8222, or by e-mailing their offices

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