Paid a Security Deposit? Want it back? Losing your security deposit or being overcharged for damages at rentals around UCF is quite common. Here are 5 simple steps to “secure” your chance of getting some or all of your deposit back and not be overcharged for damages.
You should be aware that a lease is a legal document which is likely to have been prepared by the landlord’s attorney. Consequently, its provisions are likely to be most beneficial to the landlord. We hope the following will help you identify areas of potential problems / conflicts in a lease.
Information for students attending gameday festivities.
Information for students hosting or attending a house party.
A guide for parents seeking additional information regarding Student Legal Services.
Information on the minimum mandatory sentences for prescription drug convictions.
Tips about automobile insurance, including requirements, risks and recommendations.
Tips to put you in the best position to dispute a landlord’s claim on your security deposit.
Tips and information to assist you before, during and after your move into off-campus housing.
Tips to avoid costly tickets and arrests while celebrating Spring Break.
Information on traffic citations, including points on your license, the school option and insurance related consequences.
Tips on how criminal records affect employment, including employment applications, juvenile records, and sealing or expunging criminal records.
Tips and information regarding interactions with law enforcement.
Information on how drug convictions impact financial aid eligibility.
The fines, costs and penalties that result from driving under the influence.
Tips and information regarding purchasing a car.
Things to consider when purchasing a car.