Bev, I think it depends on whether the electric company was aware of the sale or not and changed the contract. If they were never informed (of you), they would not have the opportunity to know that the return to the ownership agreement should no longer include you. I am not sure that your legal obligation to pay is on the basis of the contract, but part of me thinks that at the end of the day, you could be held responsible. Tell me how it works. Maybe. In an emergency, such as a broken pipe, your landlord can enter the house at any time. In other situations, such as minor repairs to show ownership to new tenants or for inspections, you cannot unreasonably refuse the landlord`s consent. Whether that is reasonable depends on the actual facts. However, given the COVID 19 crisis, it seems reasonable to tell the owner to wear a mask or wait for it to be escorted, especially when you are in a self-quarantine. In all cases other than emergencies, the owner must inform you at least 12 hours in advance and enter only between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
And always check your lease to see if you have any other safeguards. The COVID-19 crisis may delay the repairability of a renter. For non-urgent repairs, inform your landlord and give your landlord time to make repairs. If problems with your device affect your health and safety, ask the owner to make immediate repairs. If the landlord does not make repairs, send the renter a letter by authenticated mail requesting that repairs be made within 7 days of the letter, or you will keep your rent. Also check your lease for any other rights you may have. You can find more information about the rental process in our repair brochure: www.legalservicesmiami.org/self-help owner is now allowed to submit evictions and continue the case. It is not clear what “final action” is prohibited by the moratorium. Legal services believe that this means that the judge has not issued an eviction order against a tenant who is affected by the COVID-19 emergency. Some landlords believe that a judge may enter the eviction order and the landlord is only prohibited from letting the police remove the tenant. 10) Evacuation: In Florida, there are several reasons for the evacuation. The first is that you`re missing rent.
If this is the case, the owner has three working days before proceeding with the evacuation (by mail, directly to you or to the residence).