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Can a landlord shut off your utilities for not paying rent?
Tenants have legal rights. A landlord cannot shut off your utilities for being late on your rent or for not paying rent. Many tenants hold paying their monthly rent payment in protest when landlords do not make necessary repairs. There has been many noted cases where landlords shut off utilities because the tenants do not pay their rent. This practice is illegal and criminal and a landlord can get into big trouble, both civilly and criminally. Tenants have legal rights as renters.


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