Blank Shared Well Agreement

April 8, 2021 2:30 pm

This agreement is a legal document between two parties regarding the supply of water to the well and the sharing of supply costs. The supplier part shares the water from the well with the delivered part and all costs of fixing the supply system are distributed among the parties. The agreement can be used in any U.S. state. 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. 8 wellcare Information on a Shared Well Agreement Page 8 More information about your drinking water The following websites provide up-to-date information on efforts to protect the drinking water supply and what you can do as a private well owner. In addition, you can contact the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency`s wellcare hotline for more information on wells and other wellness publications. wellcare is a program of the Water Systems Council (MSC). The MSC is a national non-profit organization committed to making greater use of wells as modern and affordable drinking water systems and to protecting groundwater resources across the country.

This publication is part of a series of fact sheets. At the time of publication, more than 60 were available. You can download for free from the CSM website at well and other owners with questions about wells or groundwater can also visit the Wellcare hotline under or visit This publication was developed in part as part of the Assistance Agreement No X assigned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It has not been formally reviewed by the EPO. The views expressed in this document are those of the MSC. The EPO does not support any commercial products or services mentioned in this publication. 8 Agriculture – Management… Crop Share Rental Contracts Quick Tips…

1. Crop share leases reduce the risk to both parties. 2. Input costs are shared by both parties. 3. Local Share 7 Wellcare Information on a Shared Well Agreement page 7 “That signed suppliers pay the supplier (or fiduciary) their respective proportional shares for energy costs for the operation of the pumping facility… 7. The use of all personal pronouns, possessivadektive and speakers includes both sexes and does not intend to exclude the female sex from its jurisdiction. (8) The following language may be replaced if more than two parties to the agreement are parties to the agreement: “In the event that such a payment is not paid for a period of twenty days, the supplier may terminate the water supply of the party that owes it payment until all arrears of payment have been received by the supplier party.” (9) The decision on whether or not to choose an arbitrator is optional and is made according to the reciprocal preferences of the parties. For more information on buying a home with a common well, The mortgage lender`s requirements for a common well and elements in a common agreement, see the MSC well sharing fact sheet, available on the Wells More General Information on Wells, in the following maintenance sheets: Determining the depth of a well that determines the performance of a well that selects a well that selects a well contractor that cuts a pressure tank. a Well Pump Wells Your Well – Septic System Coping with Low Water Levels Managing a Flooded Well Protecting Your Wellhead Protecting Your Wellhead Maintenance Well Wells and Fire Protection Wells: What to do Power Fails What To Do If the Well Runs D boiling Your Drinking Water Drinking Drinking Water Treatments Home Drinking Water Treatments Testing Water for Gardening and Lawn Irrigation Anderstanding Drinking Water Test Results Dillon s Rule Ground Water Withdrawals Real Estate Professionals: Buying or Selling a Home with a Well Sanitarians Closing a Well Sanitarians Inspecting a Well Sanitarians Wells – Septic Systems Shared Well Agreement Sharing a Well Water Conservation Who Owns the Water The Shared Water Well Agreement from 7 This agreement is reached when the property is entered into