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Could you please elaborate on this suggestions? What would be the steps to take?You can get a non-prepaid meter for the apartment too, it just counts units used without needing tokens etc.
Why would the tenants install it? Aint it the landlords call?Could you please elaborate on this suggestions? What would be the steps to take?
- Tenant buys non-prepaid meter at his own cost, and installs it at his own cost. Does he need to get permission from the landlord to do this?
- Tenant reads the meter each week or month. Could you please suggest a good way to transfer these readings to the landlord, such that they are credible, and could be regarded as adequate proof of the tenant's consumption?
- Is the tenant liable for a participatory share of the electricity costs of the complex, e.g. the electricity for the electric gate, the lighting in the driveway or stairway, or the pump in a collectively accessible pool? If yes, how would the portion be decided upon and allocated to the tenant, given that it is extra and outside of what his newly installed meter would show?
I had the impression that Rocket-Boy was recommending that the tenant do so. Did I misunderstand?Why would the tenants install it? Aint it the landlords call?
I cant see that as an option : tenant replacing the prepaid meter. Its something fixed. Honestly, if its a ripoff in costs, moveI had the impression that Rocket-Boy was recommending that the tenant do so. Did I misunderstand?
I thought the question was about how a tenant could find ways to check whether the landlord was over-charging and, if so, to prove it with readings and numbers, so as to dispute the amount with the landlord, and get it reduced.