You don't need any crystal ball just some common sense to realize that the landlord is not allowed to turn off the electricity in order to get the tenant to leave. So as I said why does not matter in the least
In order to address the issues, the tenant will need to confirm the date of the thirty (30) day notice and the terms and conditions of the lease agreement. It is relevant whether the lease agreement is month-to-month or an annual lease agreement with expiration date. The reason the landlord scheduled the electric for disconnection is relevant to the post because deliberate violation by a landlord of the conditions of habitability are illegal and a criminal offense. (However, the tenant only provides partial information.)
Just for the record, this may not be a matter of “quiet enjoyment” which relates to the ability to live in peace without disturbance and interference or extreme noise conditions when a lease agreement exists.
He says that I'm hurting his relationship with the power company and his credit. I told him it's his responsibility to pay the bill and bill me for it. Not my fault he doesn't follow the law like normal people. His credit wouldn't be hurt if he did it the way he was supposed to do it.