Does this mean "along with the deposit", "not including the deposit", or is it just meaningless rubbish? (some other parts of the contract have typos and such)
It is in your best interest to require the landlord/draftsman to make the contract clear enough instead of signing one that evidently is sloppy. It is quite risky to assume that an unintelligible term maybe is meaningless rubbish. Once you sign/accept a contract, the legal conclusion is that you understood and willfully accepted the terms thereof.
In case of ambiguity[-ies] in a contract, the doctrine of contra proferentem entitles you to the reasonable interpretation that favors your position. However, you will be better off by preempting from the start any legal disputes. A clear, well-written contract is crucial to that.