(A)   Consumers vacating premises must give notice at the water utility office in order that the water may be turned off. Customers will be held responsible for all water charges until the notice is given.
(1985 Code, § 6-4-9)
   (B)   The water utility reserves the right to shut off the supply of water, without notice, for any of the following reasons:
      (1)   For repair;
      (2)   For want of supply;
      (3)   For interference with any of the water utility’s meters, equipment, or connections;
      (4)   For failure to comply with the terms of the contract;
      (5)   For violation of any of the rules and regulations applicable to the service;
      (6)   For nonpayment of a bill when due; or
      (7)   For any other lawful reason.
   (C)   The water utility shall not be liable for damage because of any interruption of the supply of water, nor shall the water utility be responsible in damages for failure to supply water or for interruption of the failure, if interruption is without willful default or negligence on its part. The water utility shall have the right to enforce any contract notwithstanding any such discontinuance of service.
(1985 Code, § 6-4-10) (Ord. 1-1959, passed 2-9-1959; Ord. 1A-1959, passed - -1959)