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Utah Real estate laws

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Real estate laws are a set of civil laws, including tenant and landlord issues.

Diverse laws are involved while making a renting or leasing agreement of a property and

one of the most crucial ones included is the concept of security deposits.

Overview of statutes on security deposits:

  • Renters are required to pay some amount as a security deposit and it generally has no particular limit in Utah.

This amount is collected by the landlords as to prevent any obligations that may arise through the tenant.

  • According to the Utah real estate laws,

the security deposit amount in Utah should be returned in a time span of 30 days after the termination of the lease agreement.

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