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Unless she signed some sort of lease, why would she be on the hook to pay the gas bill after she moved out? One assumes that she was paying the bill while she lived there, but now that she's gone, she doesn't expect to pay for gas she isn't using. Seems reasonable to me. Why would it ever get to the point that she has to put a lien on your house? Why didn't you just reimburse her? And if you weren't paying her, why didn't she take you to small claims court for the money? I don't get this one.

When she moved out, you should have called and put the gas in your name only. She should have called and turned it off. However, to recover the situation, you pay up her account for anything that was after her move-out date and change the account into your name only. Next time you have a renter, include the utilities in the price you charge for rent. Reasonable communication, or a certified letter stating the facts and including a check or receipt would do.

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