Ok so I finally got the check for my security deposit from Golfview. It's the 28th and we've been vacated since March 31st around 2 pm. On march 1st, I walked in to put in our 30 day notice. Since there was 31 days in march, i figured the first would give them their 30 day notice. It says "at least" 30 days, so I got there within the at least. Now, when I opened my check I noticed it was for $139.00. My security deposit was 199, of which I paid 119 and Matt paid 80 of. They had notes stating that the notice to vacate was given on the fourth, and thus we were charged 60 dollars. This is the terms and conditions of the Notice to vacate on my written and signed lease I am still in posession of. I think I have every right to contest the 60 dollar charge because I gave notice to vacate on the FIRST, which is 30 days prior to my last date as a tenant. However, because matt was in North Dakota and working he couldn't call in until Monday (the 4th which is what they're stating) to agree and correspond my necessity to move out. However, he was already completely moved out by this time. Now if you turn your attention to what I have underlined. My take on how that is worded is this; once I gave them our notice to vacate, that means it is their understanding that both tenants (matt and I) agree to this notice to vacate, and thus, my written notice is sufficient to pass the 30 day notice required. This means that the 60 dollar fee they took is far beyond ridiculous. Opinions? Otherwise I'm going to show up there on Monday to contest it.