There is this guy where I work that hasn't paid rent of a couple of months; I or one of my co-workers usually deliver the landlord's five day notices. Now we have been trying to deliver this to him, in hand, that is, for about a week without success. The guy prob. wouldn't answer the door knocks.
Anyways, yesterday my supervisor calls me and asks me to go turn off electricity for that guy's unit, from the meter, saying that some boss at the central office asked that, as a ruse to get a hold of the guy, have the paper delivered to him and be able to sue him, and evict him soon. I instantly thought that was fishy. Although I said i was gonna do it I didn't do it, knowing that it would be hard for my supervisor to check on me. I just lied to him.
But one of the guys working the next shift did that. So now, it has been over 10 h and yet the tenant didn't call ask why there is no power.
Would anybody know how legal these tactics are?