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  1. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    There are no doubt countless of developments with associations that have master water meters billed to the associations. And where the association apportions the individual unit water use based on...
  2. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    I don't think you are correct. Any sub-meter as you call it has no enforcement through a utility. It would be between landowners and landlords. But if there is an ordinance of the jurisdiction...
  3. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    Most public water systems don't allow you to split a water line. That means that each dwelling must have it's own corporation into the water main. A corporation is a direct connection to the main...
  4. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    I guess you didn't understand what I posted in post #10. It may not make any difference that you have a condo situation.

    If you are connected to a public water system, then there would be an...
  5. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared water line - I am paying for my neighbor's water

    What you need to do is to check your jurisdiction's ordnances about the water company utility ordinances. In most jurisdictions, there is a requirement for each dwelling to have it's own meter...
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