Your landlord must pay the utilities if the lease calls for it. A 3 days notice cannot be sent to everyone for the non-payment of one person. If each person has a separate lease you are not responsible for another persons. If the water has been turned off you unit is now uninhabitable and you may claim damages if the landlord does not remedy the situation.(Civil Code 1942.4)
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Your landlord is responsible for paying your utilities, if you are paying them in your rent. If you only occupy one of the dwellings, there could be an issue with the other tenant not paying.
You should immediately contact your landlord to discuss these issues.
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The landlord is obligated according to your explanation of the lease. Put the landlord on notice and tell him that if he does not fix this problem you have the right to sue for habitability violations.Ask a similar question