You probably already know what you should do to get your rental deposit back after your lease ends. It's a good idea to take date-stamped pictures of any existing damage when you move in, clean up thoroughly before you leave, and leave the landlord an address or instructions for where to send the returned rental deposit. However, there are other things you should know about your rental deposit.

Learn more about moving out and rental deposits on the Student Legal Services' Moving Out and Security Deposits section in their Know the Law guide.