Bank Levy on Security Deposit
Consult with an attorney for
Consult with an attorney for a perfect solution. There must be some tenant rule regarding it.
Submitted by Sanders Patricia on Thu, 03/28/2019 - 06:01
No. If your personal checking
No. If your personal checking account has been levied, then banks won't touch the escrow account that has been opened by the landlord. I guess you have already paid the security deposit before the bank levied your personal checking account. In that case, the bank can't touch the money you have already paid. Contact your landlord regarding this issue.
Submitted by David Martin on Thu, 03/21/2019 - 23:39
Talk to your landlord
Talk to your landlord regarding this this matter. Since you have paid the amount, they can't take out money from the escrow account.
Submitted by Sanders Patricia on Fri, 03/22/2019 - 05:53
I'm in the situation where my
I'm in the situation where my old landlord sold the property to my new landlord - so my security deposit from 10 years ago has been transferred to my new landlord. They had me fill out a W-9 form to open an escrow account.