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City of Monticello Landlord's Utility Service Application

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  2. Will you keep MCUS service (water/sewer) in your name?*
  3. Acknowledge Rights and Responsibilities*


    I acknowledge that I have read Title V, Chapter 51 (linked above), which explains my rights and responsibilities as an MCUS customer and landlord of property receiving utility services in the City of Monticello. I understand that I am obligated to abide and be bound by all provisions of this Ordinance. As a landlord, I am responsibility for all unpaid utility bills for any past, present, or future tenants.

  4. Accept and Agree*
    By clicking, "I agree," you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be "signed" in the sense of a traditional paper document; 2) your "electronic signature" is valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature; 3) you will abide and be bound by all provisions of applicable City of Monticello Ordinances; and 4) you accept responsibility for any and all utility bills left unpaid by tenants.

  5. Additional Information for Landlords

    MCUS will return all rental property to the landlord's name when a tenant requests discontinuation of service. If you wish to have bills sent to an alternate address or to water turned off at any point, you must contact MCUS. Please note that there may be a nominal fee to turn water off and on. A $75 deposit is required of all renters before utility services will be transferred into their name. This deposit will be applied to their final bill and any remainder will be refunded to the renter. As a general rule, landlords become responsible for a renter's water bill if it remains unpaid three months after the date of the final bill. If the balance remains unpaid after four months, a lien will be filed against the property. Landlords will be notified by MCUS in writing if a tenant's bill becomes past due. Landlords are strongly encouraged to check with MCUS and confirm that there is no outstanding balance owed before refunding a tenant's rental deposit.

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