Shared Well Agreement Arizona
For specific questions regarding Arizona wells, please contact the Arizona Department of Water Resources. Thank you very much for your question. We are happy to schedule a call with one of our lawyers to discuss your private property. You can call us at 602-533-2840 or make an appointment here: qa409.infusionsoft.app/app/form/web-form-submitted?cookieUUID=ee5c6006-20e1-4fb3-8da3-84995064ea47. Wells are registered in Arizona to document their existence and property. The form also lists lots that have access to the fountain. Maps are common to think about where the well is sitting and the water lines of the well. A shared wave is usually shared by neighbouring owners who each use some of the water. If a house using a common well is purchased and sold, the sale must be documented and disclosed to all parties. Well, rights to shares in Arizona can be particularly complicated because there are usually no clear guidelines or laws.
Often, the contract is passed on to former landowners and has been passed on with the transfer of the business or activity. It is important that an experienced lawyer checks the right stock rights for any transaction or real estate you are going to buy. Our firm can help you solve potential problems and clarify your legal rights and obligations in all well-shared agreements in Arizona. Hello, Jan, this is definitely news for me. If there is one, the parties should be well informed. This agreement is reached when the property is sold with a common well to a new owner. The process of signing the agreement will not take much time. If well production is documented, water pressure problems, defects or repairs to equipment; and if a house containing a common well is sold, a tax may be due to the well manager on behalf of the well. It is typical of an owner to be the „manager“ of the fountain and to get payment from the other for repairs and electricity and is usually the first owner in the specific lots for that well. If you are buying a home with a common well, you must enter into an agreement with other well users to protect access to the water supply and spell out the costs and responsibilities for system maintenance.
I know places with common wells, and that is something that I do not want facilities to be provided under the energy exchange agreement to allow utilities and access to the well. A homebuyer with a common well should also receive a copy of a sharing agreement and the seller should reveal who manages the Shared Well.