Management firm investigated over power cuts

The Commission for Energy Regulation is to investigate the issue of management companies cutting off electricity to apartment tenants where a landlord has not paid management fees.

16th April, 2011

The Commission for Energy Regulation is to investigate the issue of management companies cutting off electricity to apartment tenants where a landlord has not paid management fees.

Last week, Galway Property Management cut off the electricity supply of tenants in Kilmainham Square, Dublin, where the owners of the apartments allegedly owed management fees.

The tenants received a letter dated last Tuesday, saying that ESB services would be ‘‘withdrawn by the management company’’ the following day....

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