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Asked on: 1/30/02, 4:40 am

roommate will not pay utilities

My roommate and I signed a year lease in August. Since then we have been each paying half of the phone, cable, and electric bills. We no longer get along because she never pays the bills on time. She now stays with her boyfriend, but all of her furniture and things are still in our apartment. She now refuses to pay for the phone and cable because she is never there. Is she obligated to pay for half of each of these? I am willing to take her to court to get the money. She also has my desk locked in her room and I have asked her four times in the past month to move it out of her room. Is there any way I can force her to move it out of her room without going to court?

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