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Old 12-08-2017, 12:48 PM
Sgroemm Sgroemm is offline
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Originally Posted by dalecrenshaw View Post
I have a question about putting a clause in the contract limiting what the landlord will pay for towards the electric...if the electric is limited to say $125, and the electric bill doesn't come until almost a month after the tenant has vacated, and by law, you have to return the Security Deposit within 2 weeks...how can you find out how much overage to charge the tenant and still return the Security Deposit in time? That would also be true with if you limited the amount of water used.
Landlords simply take a meter reading for electric prior to your move in, then again at check out. We know the cost per kilowatt hour from SECO and they just multiply to see if you went over the allowable amount. I had a landlord who did this and it seemed fair to me.

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