We recommend that a formal agreement registered with the Landesamt for Rechtundungen should always be a good idea for such agreements. And like any agreement, it should be formalized before problems arise and all parties are on good terms. What are the risks if you don`t have a registered agreement for a common well? The importance of a well agreement is above all to guarantee a right of access to neighbouring land that does not have the well on their land. In the absence of a registered agreement, the contract would likely be between the original owners. How can neighbouring landowners or future landowners prove legal access to the well on someone else`s land? Another example could be a neighbour who uses a lot of water for watering lawns, filling pools, flooding backyards or filling tanks to bring them to the cottage. Can a neighbor sell his water? If the operating costs of the pump are shared by many neighbours and a neighbour`s water consumption is exceptionally high, is this permissible and should all of them bear the same costs? (As a general rule, costs are equally distributed.) In the absence of an agreement, who decides what repairs are needed and who will be hired for repairs? When a pump breaks down, sometimes decisions have to be made quickly and with confidence and dealers want payment. We recommend that, when a buyer is informed, the property includes a common well, in addition to ensuring that there is a titration agreement, that he also receives a copy of the agreement and that he reads or pays for his lawyer to verify the contents of the agreement, which is particularly important in older neighbourhoods. Well, the agreements may have been registered several years ago and sometimes no longer reflect what is happening on real estate. For example, the first two neighbours, when the area was developed, reached an agreement and registered the agreement.
Since then, other neighbours may have been allowed to “tap” into the well, perhaps a new well was dug years ago in an emergency, or perhaps larger real estate has been subdivided, and the reserve that originally registered the Fountain Agreement has referred to newly created securities, but does not refer to the new securities. In a cursory revision of these titles, there may be a registered well agreement, but without verifying the content of the agreement, there is no way to say whether it adequately addresses the current situation. If a well needs to be repaired, the agreement must indicate who is responsible for the repair. As a general rule, each landowner is responsible for the pipes that serve their own apartments and must share the cost of repairs to common appliances such as water pipes, pumps or a well house. Who receives commandments? How many offers do you need? How do the parties choose between competing offers? Developing a maintenance plan is a useful way to structure each party`s schedule, costs and responsibilities. The agreement should define the procedure for deciding and executing reparations. If repairs affect third-party use or if the parties must allocate costs, repairs must be subject to the prior agreement of the parties involved. Neighbours who share access to the well are generally expected to share equal costs of maintenance, repair and contribution to electricity costs.
Once water reaches each property, owners are often responsible for their own individual water treatment and pressure systems for each property. Summary: This article discusses the important and privileged provisions of shared national agreements that govern drinking water services for less than 15 service lines or less than 25 people or less.  These contracts include provisions relating to the transportation, maintenance, use and execution of real estate, which should be applicable to the country with the land served.