My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: colorado
I live in a trailer park; we all have our on meters on each site, and the landlord reads the meters and then gives us a bill. All the contract says is I must pay electric bill to him, which is ok, but I was not aware he could charge what ever he wants. The electric company charges .11964/KWH and when I questioned him as to why my bill seems too high he informed me that he charges .20/KWH and thatís why my bill is probably higher than what I am used to. Is that legal, are we allowed to make money on public utilities. If he is charged .11964/KWH is that not what we should be charged?
I know it dose not sound like allot of $ but it is on a fixed income.
Thanks for taking the time