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What is an Affidavit of Landlord?

If you don't have a lease agreement, get your landlord to notarize the Affidavit of Landlord. This states your proof of residency at the premise and confirms that the landlord is not responsible for the previous occupant's charges. We will provide you with a blank Affidavit of Landlord form when we send you the New Occupancy Statement (NOS) form to complete.

If you can't get the Affidavit of Landlord notarized, please give us either a copy of your entire lease agreement or a copy of your electric bill from your previous premise dated within the last 2 months. Both these documents must include your name on the agreement, or the person enrolling for service.

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