The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 18, 1981-Page 5
Tenants can get
By Don Rubin
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Questions regarding telant/lan-
dlord relationships or various legal
problems can be answered through
this. column by Student Legal Ser-
vices Lawyers. University students
can receive free legal services
through this office. Student Legal
Services are located on the third
floor of the Michigan Union; phone
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Q. My landlord has not returned my
security deposit, nor have I heard from
him since I moved out at the end of
August. How can I get my deposit
A. If you notified your landlord in
writing of your forwarding address
within four days after the date you
moved out, your landlord has waived
all claims for damages against your
security deposit by not sending you a
list of damages claimed within 30 days
of your move-out date. Since more than
45 days have elapsed since your move-
out date, you may sue your landlord for
twice the amount of your deposit.
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Q. My landlord returned part of my
security deposit within 30 days of my
move-out date, but he deducted money
for damages, and I disagree with him.
How can I get the balance of my deposit
A: You should send the landlord your
written objections within seven days of
receiving his notice of deductions.
Then, he can only keep the disputed
money if he sues you within 45 days of
your move-out date, and obtains a
judgment for the money. If he doesn't
sue you, you can sue him for twice the
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Q. My landlord has sued me because I
objected to her charges against my
security deposit for cleaning and legal
costs. What should I do?
A. Your landlord can't deduct legal
costs from your security deposit. She
cannot charge you for cleaning expen-
ses related to normal wear and tear on
the apartment. If the lawsuit was filed
in small claims court, you can proceed
without an attorney. If you have any
questions concerning how to defend
yourself in court, you should contact an
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Q. May a landlord charge a non-
refundable cleaning fee in addition to
collecting one-and-one-half months rent
as security deposit?
A: Non-refundable cleaning fees are
legal and do not affect the amount your
landlord may collect as a security
deposit if the very same cleaning will
be paid for by the next tenant's non-
refundable cleaning fee.
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Title IX has helped,
but women still behind
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of women heading up colleges and
universities increased 48 percent bet-
ween 1975 and 1980 - from 148 to 219.
THE MOST "visible and dramatic"
progress of women has been in
athletics, the council report said.
Although women lag behind in
athletic scholarships and still share
uniforms in some schools, "women
athletes are no longer a rarity," the
report said. It said gains for women's
programs have not hurt men's
programs, which still get two-thirds of.
the school athletic budget increases.
Among the report's statistics:
* In 1974, the average men's athletic
budget was 22 times the women's
budget; in 1979 it was five times
* Five hundred schools now offer
scholarship aid to women athletes,
compared with 60 seven years ago.
* By 1980, females were 30 percent of
all participants in intercpllegiates
athletics, compared with 15 percent
before Title IX.
. Women now get 22 percent of all
athletic scholarships at schools
belonging to the two major athletic
associations, compared with one per-
cent in 1974.
© 1981' United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
RELIGIOUS DIMENSIONS OF CONTEMPORARY CONCERNS
A SERIES OF LECTURE-DISCUSSIONS
Continuing the Monday Night series of lectures where sub-
jects of current major interest are discussed at The Ecumeni-
cal Campus Center, 921 Church Street. Everyone is welcome
to these discussions. Beginning at 7:30 P.M., with refresh-
ments, the speaker or speakers will make their presentation
and engage in discussion until 9:00 P.M.
COME JOIN US I I
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19th - Speakers:
India - Damodar Golhar
Nigeria - Ema Ems
U.S.A. - Beth Bosserman
"CONCEPTS OF RELIGION AND CULTURE
IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD"
at The Ecumenical Campus Center
921 Church Street For additional information,
please call 662-5529
"Inter-Arab Relations Foreshadowed
The Syrian Monarchy in the Inter-War Period"
A Lecture by: Dr. Itamar Rabinovich
Director, Shiloah Institute, Tel Aviv University
Monday, October 19th, 4:00p.m.
West Conference Room, 4th floor, Rackham Building
Sponsored by: Program in Judaic Studies, Department of History, and the
Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies, University of Michigan.
The U of M Polish/American
Students Association presents
THE POLISH REVOLUTION
AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Lecture by PROF. ROMAN SZPORLUK
WED., OCT. 21-8:00 p.m.
HENDERSON RM. 3rd FLOOR
LATIN AMERICA HUMAN RIGHTS
Monday, Oct. 19, 8:00 pm, Hutchins (Law Quad)
Puerto Rican Nationalist spent 25 years in US prison for invading and
shooting in the House of Representatives in 1954. With Lolito Lebron,
Oscar Collazo, and Irving Flores, Rodriguez sentence was commuted and
they were released in 1977 because of failing health and died March 1979
in Son Juan. The Nationalists followed in the tradition of Pedro Albizu,
Campo leader of the Nationalist Party, who was reimprisoned because of
the 1954 action, later released, and died in 1965.
Sponsored by: National Lawyers Guild
Wed., Oct. 21, 7:30 pm, Trotter House
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S PERFECT RESCRIPTIO
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For a free booklet with
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