Landlord/Tenant Rules and Regulations

Section II. Service Application.
D. The individual in whose name the membership certificate is prepared shall be responsible for payment of all bills incurred in connection with the service rendered.

Section XI. Change of Occupancy.
D. Water meters for rental property shall be left in the owner's name. In all circumstances the owner of the property shall be primarily responsible for all water bills. This applies to all properties within the service area of the Highland County Water Company, Inc.

E. All customers requesting a transfer of an account to a new owner by means of a Land Contract must meet requirements as set forth by the Rules and Regulations of the Highland County Water Company Board of Directors,
Ruling as set forth, May 20, 1996. Al1 accounts will remain in the sellers name, until the buyer, of the land contract has paid and proven to the Company that they have paid at least 10% of the purchase price of said
property. After at least 10% of the purchase price has been paid and has been presented to the company for their review and approval, the account may be, (at their request) transferred to the new owner.
At the same time the company will require a $75.00 deposit on all Land Contract property. All water bills for said property will first be forwarded to the Land Contract buyer and if in default after 30 days will
be forwarded to the Land Contract Seller.

If the tenant of said property calls the company to inform the company that they have moved out on a certain date, their name will be removed from the mailing address. Please make sure that the company is given the meter reading
between tenants.

I have read and understand that I (the property owner) am primarily responsible for the water bill to the Account Number listed above, and that the bill will stay in my name.

With full knowledge of the above, I am requesting that my water bill for this property, be sent to the following address:

Tenant Information
Address
Property Owner Information
Address

For questions or to report problems: 937-393-4281 OR 1-800-533-6839