What fees can a landlord legally charge?

Common extra fees include:

New tenant processing fee: A landlord might charge you a fee as reimbursement for the costs of processing you as a new tenant. For example, at the beginning of the tenancy, the landlord might charge you for providing application forms, listing the unit for rent, interviewing and screening you, and similar purposes. These kinds of fees are part of the security deposit.

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