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You would need to file Emergency Motion with the Court for an Order to force the Landlord to change the account as you have requested.
You can obtain blank Motion forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's office.
I was not able to find the blank Motion online.
Yes, Emergency Motion is all called "ex parte Motion" meaning hearing from only one party in the case, without prior notice to the other party in the case.