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The Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (VRLTA), establishes the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants in Virginia.
The handbook by Virginia Dept of Housing and Community Development, contains additional information. Different cities and counties in Virginia may have their own landlord-tenant commission or similar office. Contact those offices directly for information that may be specific to your locality.

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Virginia Security Deposits

The Virginia security deposit is held to pay for items damaged beyond reasonable wear and for any late or unpaid bills or fees. The landlord has 45 days from the end of the lease to inspect the unit, make any qualifying repairs, and return to you the remaining balance plus interest if applicable. 
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Military persons charged for early termination by landlord
If you are a member of the armed forces of the United States or a member of the Virginia National Guard serving on full-time duty or as a Civil Service Technician, you may be allowed to terminate the rental agreement early without being charged with early termination fees or for damages by the landlord. This is typical in most states. Read more on Military Leases.

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