Nev. Admin. Code § 704.3926 - Termination without prior notice

Current through March 28, 2022

A utility or landlord may terminate water service without prior notice only:

1. If an unsafe or hazardous condition related to water service is found to exist on the customer's premises;
2. If the use of water service on the customer's premises is found to be detrimental or damaging to the facilities or services of the utility or the landlord, or to other customers;
3. Upon the order of any court or the Commission;
4. If the acts of the customer or the conditions upon the customer's premises are such as to indicate to the utility or landlord that the customer intends to defraud it;
5. If the utility or landlord has tried diligently to meet the requirements for notice set forth in NAC 704.393 but has not been able to give such notice;
6. If an event occurs which could not have been reasonably anticipated or controlled and which requires the termination of service;
7. If the location where service is provided has been abandoned;
8. If the customer obtained service without the specific credit authorization of the utility or landlord; or
9. If the termination without prior notice is otherwise authorized pursuant to NAC 704.391 to 704.3936, inclusive.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 704.3926
Added to NAC by Pub. Utilities Comm'n by R126-02, eff. 2-17-2005

NRS 703.025, 704.1835, 704.210

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