Well Share Agreement Arizona

The parties may, in certain circumstances, suspend the termination of water-related services as part of the agreement. When a party finds a new water source, such as a new well or municipal water source, it may need time to build and commission its new water source. Agreements that allow parties to use water for a reasonable period of time before putting their new systems online are beneficial. Seasonal factors such as frozen soil in winter or water for landscaping and livestock in summer must also be taken into account. In many rural Arizona, it is not uncommon for one or more parcels to share a single water well and water system. The management and maintenance of a common water system requires the time and attention of all concerned. Disputes over the contribution of each parcel owner to the maintenance of the well and water system and the amount of water each package can use are common and can lead to chaotic and costly litigation, as well as bad feelings among neighbours. This is why it is important for landowners sharing a well and water system to enter into a legally binding agreement that clearly defines the rights and responsibilities of each party. These types of agreements are referred to as community-based agreements or joint agreements with wells. These agreements are essential for any property that shares a well with surrounding parcels.

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. Please note that the previous one is only information and is not designed as legal advice. If you need help designing or imposing a well share agreement or if you have other questions about good deed agreements, contact the experienced lawyers of Giordano Spanish-Heckele. To schedule a consultation, call (520) 369-4274 or send an email [email protected]. [10] See Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, www.deq.idaho.gov/water-quality/ground-water/private-wells.aspx (last june 13, 2017). 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. One of the options available to the parties to a sharing agreement is to continue the implementation of the agreement.