When entering into the lease, the landlord often charges an extra amount, namely a deposit. The deposit serves to settle the outstanding amount if damage occurs to the rented property or if you have not paid the full rent. In practice, it often happens that the deposit is not refunded, even though you regularly ask for it. The landlord often uses the excuse that you have made damage to the rented property that you must compensate. Most tenants are satisfied with this, but that is not the case. You should simply get the deposit back if you have not made any damage or are in arrears with rent. If the landlord retains the deposit, he must also demonstrate that you have made the damage. In short, do not be dismissed but claim your deposit. If it does not work, please contact us. We will then solve it.