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If tenant complains of triple the amount of water bill and we located a leak. Are we responsible for paying the water bill overage since it wast negligent on their part? I should say that we are doing it anyone because right thing to do but I am asking just about legally.
Mike B, TX on Friday, November 22, 2019
RE: Water Bill
Generally, the landlord is responsible for all the damages and repairs to the property. Though, it varies according to the lease. By reviewing the lease agreement, you will know the legal responsibility of damages. To avoid such trouble in the future, conduct a home inspection quarterly. It will help to reveal all the damages and improve the property condition. To know more, visit, SGP Multifamily: https://www.sgpmultifamily.com/
Posted by Tommy r, NY on Wednesday, December 11, 2019
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