Basic Well Agreement

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8 Wellcare information about a shared agreement page 8 More information about your drinking water On the following websites you will find up-to-date information about efforts to protect the drinking water supply and the steps you can take as a private well owner. In addition, you can contact the Wellcare hotline of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for more information on wells and other publications Wellcare is Wellcare is a program of the Water Systems Council (WSC). The CSM is a national non-profit organization committed to promoting the wider use of wells as modern and affordable safe drinking water systems and protecting groundwater resources throughout the country. This publication is part of a series of Wellcare fact sheets. At the time of publication of this document, more than 60 were available. They can be downloaded free of charge from the WSC website among well owners and others with questions about wells or groundwater can also contact the well maintenance hotline or visit This publication was partially developed as part of the No. X assistance agreement awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

It has not been formally verified by the EPO. The views expressed in this document are exclusively those of the CSM. The EPO does not support any commercial product or service mentioned in this publication. 8 Put an electronic signature on your Well contract form, which can be printed using the sign tool. This agreement is concluded when the property is sold to a new owner with a common well. The process of signing the agreement will not take much time. 7 Wellcare Information Relating to a Shared Agreement Well page 7 “That the signed parties must pay the party (or agent) their respective shares in proportion to the energy costs for the operation of the pumping equipment… 7. The use of all personnel pronouns, personnel pronouns, possessivadif and references covers both sexes and is intended not to exclude the female sex from its field of competence. 8. The following language may be changed if there are more than two parties: “In the event that such a payment remains unpaid for a period of 20 days, the supplying Party may terminate the water supply of the Party which owes it a payment until all arrears have been received by the Party supplying it”. (9) The decision on the selection and recruitment of an arbitrator is optional and depends on the reciprocal preferences of the parties. .

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