A utility may terminate service to a customer for any of the following reasons, if the utility complies with the provisions of this subtitle:
A. The customer's violation of or noncompliance with COMAR 20.50 Service Supplied by Electric Companies or COMAR 20.55 Service Supplied by Gas Companies, or for violation of or noncompliance with the utility's tariffs and rules on file with the Commission;
B. For failure of the customer to fulfill his contractual obligations for service or facilities subject to regulation by the Commission;
C. For failure of the customer to permit the utility or its agents to have reasonable access to its equipment located on or in the customer's premises;
D. For failure of the customer to provide the utility with a deposit as authorized in COMAR 20.30.02 Residential Customer Deposits;
E. For failure of the customer to furnish the service equipment, permits, certificates, or rights-of-way, as specified by the utility as a condition to obtaining service or if the equipment or permissions are withdrawn or terminated.