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About the Recently Filed Security Deposit Lawsuit
The lawsuits filed against BLVD, MG Properties, Essex, AMC (American Management Consultants), and Sequoia Equities allege that they failed to comply with California law when it came time for tenants’ security deposits to be returned to the tenants at move-out. Among other things, the lawsuits allege that property management companies and landlords broke California law by deducting some or all of their former tenants’ security deposits without providing the tenants with the vendor invoices and itemized statements required by law to substantiate those deductions. Additionally, the lawsuit against MG Properties also alleges that MG Properties charged late fees that were higher than permitted under California law.
For Essex’s official Civil Complaint, please click here.
For MG Properties’ official Civil Complaint, please click here.
For AMC’s official Civil Complaint, please click here.
For Sequoia Equities’ official Civil Complaint, please click here.
If you are a former resident of any one (or more) of the apartment complexes or managed properties below, please reach out to Hogue & Belong today for a free consultation about getting your money back.
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