The water bill is behind but not in defalt.the rent is paid
Contracts / Agreements Lawyer
Unlikely. While I do not practice in Michigan, I cannot imagine that the laws in that state would allow eviction for a late utility bill. You may have a lease provision that addresses this issue, but even then it may not be enforceable. You should definitely consult with a local landlord-tenant lawyer asap -- and check out the following link for more basic information:
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Construction / Development Lawyer
If your lease requires that you pay the water bill, then the water bill is an additional part of your rent. The lease probably says you will pay the water bill when due, in which case, if you did not pay the water bill when it was due, the landlord can give you a seven day notice of non-payment and file a suit to evict you the same as if you did not pay the rent. It is unlikely that your lease states that you will pay the water bill when you get a shut-off notice.