point of entry


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point of entry

The place where water service enters private property. If there is a leak on the homeowner side of the point of entry,the homeowner must pay a plumber to fix it and is responsible for payment of all water usage attributable to the leak.If the leak is on the water company side of the point of entry, the water company must make the repair and the homeowner cannot be charged for the cost of leaking water.

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