No. The MSA does not mandate the need to have a security deposit however, if both parties agree to provide, it has to be provided in accordance with subsection 5.3.8 of the MSA on the security requirement. Whereby, an Access Provider shall ensure that the amount and type of any security requirements to be imposed on an Access Seeker in the Access Provider’s security policy is commensurate with:
(a) an estimate of the value of the access to services and facilities to be provided to the Access Seeker by the Access Provider over a ninety (90) day period;
(b) the creditworthiness of the Access Seeker (including prior record of payment by the Access Seeker); and
(c) security previously reasonably required by the Access Provider.