The owner pays for the costs and fees (for example. B installation or first connection) and provides or leases gas cylinder bonuses and reductions at the beginning of the lease. After that, you pay all the fees. Your lease agreement must specify in detail whether you or your landlord is responsible for paying for gas or electricity. Owners must be for repair, maintenance or other work, which are necessary to install or replace an electrical meter in operation (including an advanced meter), if the meter is either: There is a lot of work that goes into a landlord, so it is understandable that with all the other tasks around the start of a new rent, you may be aware by the owners of electricity bills that this could make them responsible for 1000 dollars unpaid bills and even mean that paying them again. Normally, if there is a supply problem, for example, there is a gas leak, so the first step is to ring the supplier and report it. You will then check where the problem is – if it is outside the confines of the premises, it is the supplier who is responsible for the repairs. If the problem is on the premises, you should contact the owner/agent in writing. If it`s urgent, you can call first, but you should record the details of all the conversations and send them a letter. You can choose to do the repairs yourself, but then you have to negotiate a written agreement with the owner/agent in advance. (See also fact sheet 06: Repairs and maintenance). This is the case for new leases signed from 23 March 2020.
No leaks of faucets or toilets anywhere on the land at the beginning of the lease and whenever other water efficiency measures are installed, repaired or updated If the invoices are recorded in the tenant`s name, the tenant is responsible for paying them from the date they enter the property. However, they are not responsible for debts abandoned by former tenants. It is important that tenants check meter readings on the day of the move so that they can provide their energy suppliers with the right measurement values at the beginning of their rent. There is a “general guarantee” that a lease will be maintained if a tenant recovers the costs of using or supplying water or if a repayment plan is followed.