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Dealing With Utility Companies

The brochure Dealing With Utility Companies [PDF] from the National Consumer Law Center has tips on how to deal with problems with utility companies, including information on billing disputes, deposit requirements, consumer protections, and affordability programs.Reviewed August 2009 more...

Sample Letter to Landlord: Denial of Essential Services

***PLEASE READ BEFORE USING THIS DOCUMENT***The following document ONLY applies to jurisdictions in Kentucky that have enacted the Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act. These jurisdictions are: Barbourville, Bellevue, Bromley, Covington, Dayton, Florence, Lexington-Fayette County, Georgetown, Louisville-Jefferson County, Ludlow, Melbourne, Newport, Oldham County, Pulaski County, Shelbyville, Silver Grove, Southgate, Taylor Mill and Woodlawn. more...

Sample Letter to Landlord: Reduction of Services

***PLEASE READ BEFORE USING THIS DOCUMENT***The following document ONLY applies to jurisdictions in Kentucky that have enacted the Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act. These jurisdictions are: Barbourville, Bellevue, Bromley, Covington, Dayton, Florence, Lexington-Fayette County, Georgetown, Louisville-Jefferson County, Ludlow, Melbourne, Newport, Oldham County, Pulaski County, Shelbyville, Silver Grove, Southgate, Taylor Mill and Woodlawn. more...

Sample Letter to Landlord: Termination of Lease - Reduction of Services

***PLEASE READ BEFORE USING THIS DOCUMENT***The following document ONLY applies to jurisdictions in Kentucky that have enacted the Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act. These jurisdictions are: Barbourville, Bellevue, Bromley, Covington, Dayton, Florence, Lexington-Fayette County, Georgetown, Louisville-Jefferson County, Ludlow, Melbourne, Newport, Oldham County, Pulaski County, Shelbyville, Silver Grove, Southgate, Taylor Mill and Woodlawn. more...

Utilities - Deposits and Shut-offs

Do I have to pay a deposit to get my utilities turned on?Sometimes the utility can make you pay a deposit before you can get your utilities turned on.The utility can require you to pay a deposit if: more...

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