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Bona Fide Purchaser

The purchaser of a property who does not know the seller lacks the right to sell it. The bona fide purchaser, because he is unaware of competing claims to the property, is usually considered the proper owner. However, most of the time the owner with the true claim to the property may sue the seller. In any case, the bona fide purchaser is held harmless in the transaction.

BFP

See bona fide purchaser.
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Joining the ranks of stolen wire, copper pipes and just about any semi-valuable metal that thieves can get their hands on, plumbing products like backflow preventers which prevent the contamination of clean water are being ripped out and stolen at an alarming rate.
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Hydra-Stopper allows plumbers and mechanical contractors to safely add, repair and replace meter valves, curb stops, service lines, backflow preventers, water meters, fire sprinkler heads and small gate valves without system shutdowns.
Honeywell has launched its BA295 series of compact backflow preventers, which ensure contaminated water cannot flow back into the public mains supply.
Patton, executive director of Common Ground, said the basement units were an essential part of the development and that sewage backflow preventers were in place but failed.
Mechanical failure or sediment accumulation in backflow preventers can cause excessive pressure loss.
A: For most installations, DEP specifies approved airgap RPZ backflow preventers on main incoming water services) Yet there are many cases in which check valves and vacuum breakers are practical and acceptable.