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

    I realize that a private sub-meter is between the parties and the utility has nothing to do with it.

    My point, is that the law is unlikely to be retro-active, and we don't know when it was inacted...
  2. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    The present law may not be applicable due to grandfathering. There's undoubtedly multiple locations that a private sub meter could be installed and a quantitative answer that would end this issue...
  3. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    Just what is a split water meter? Put a private sub-meter on private land downstream of your house. Then one could figure out how much volume each house is using
  4. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    Wouldn't matter. Put a private meter at the first accessible location downstream of the tee feeding the first house
  5. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    That would still require a tee
  6. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    One meter and two houses means that there must be a tee somewhere.
  7. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Shared Water Line Between Houses - and Owner of Other Property is Renting to Tena

    You could also put a private meter at one or both sides of where the line Tee's to either house. Since it is downstream of the utility's meter, and on private property, the utility has no say.
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