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I'm a landlord of an apartment complex. My rent charge to the tenants includes water so I pay the water bill for each unit. Two tenants are in high arrears one over a year and another for 6 months. I'm currently waiting on a court date to be set for the tenant with the year of arrears. Would it legal or wise for me to disconnect the water since I am not receiving rent from them but still have to pay the bill at my own expense?Since it is illegal to disconnect utilities, what would happen if I were to stop paying for the bill? I say this because I am self employed and currently my small income is strained already from my own family expenses and with next to no rent revenue coming in, and the tenant continuing to use more water than my household does per month, I will soon be unable to continue paying for it because providing for my family comes first.