Steps to take if utilities shut off

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Do you know what you can do if the landlord shuts off your utilities? First, you should try to work it out with your landlord. Then, you must give your landlord written notice before taking more action. After you give your landlord a reasonable op- portunity to fix the problem, you may take other legal action, like deducting rent or suing the land-

lord. Make sure you understand the process before taking action.

 To learn more, read our article “4 Steps to Take if Your Landlord Shuts off Your Utilities” on www.MontanaLawHelp.org. If you can’t find the information you want, click on the Live-Help button. Or call the Montana Legal Services Association HelpLine at 1 (800) 666-6899.

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