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Re: Who pays electricity for ductless heaters by Alex on September 21, 2017 @06:52

                              
"other than a dark garage, unit #2 is not impacted"

Well, your reasoning is flawed, as your state law states that a landlord may not turnoff-interfere-or disrupt the tenants utilities except when carrying out work. The state places a fine of $100 per day for landlords who violate the law, plus tenant damages and attorney fees. Separate utilities are the right solution. If the utility is off due to non payment or vacancy, no other tenant is affected. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It's easier to prevent problems than to cure them!
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