See Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, www.deq.idaho.gov/water-quality/ground-water/private-wells.aspx (last june 13, 2017). While most landowners can imagine sharing a well with their current neighbour, few people think about sharing a well with someone who is not an original part of the agreement. A well-written agreement contains provisions for the transfer of a portion of property in the well to a buyer of the property serving the well. Most agreements are actually passed on to the country because the right to use water is close to the land it serves.  Some parties may not want a transferable agreement. Agreements may apply to a particular term or between certain parties. In any event, the agreement should make it clear whether this is a confederation that is transposable to the country with Demland and Dementant and under what conditions alliances and the status of representation end. The best agreements examine neighbours who do not agree: the provisions are easy to understand and do not encourage litigation, because the performance of a given party with regard to its purpose and the time of delivery is clearly indicated, with explicit penalties for non-compliance, such as. B the cessation of water service after the announcement in a timely manner. Unregistered agreements undermine applicability, as successors are unlikely to be aware of the common well agreement. This was the case at Koelker v. Turnbull. At Koelker, the seller imposed a guarantee obligation on the purchaser, but did not disclose the existence of a third-party interest in the property under an unregant shared Well agreement.
 When third parties attempted to exercise their water interest in the buyer`s well, the buyer sued the tacit ownership and the seller`s violation of an explicit guarantee of right.  The buyer obtained a default judgment against the third parties and the seller.  The seller appealed and the court found that the seller had violated the express guarantee of the right and that the amount of damages suffered by the buyer was his legal fees.  To avoid confusion, the parties must clearly state the purpose of an association agreement, which is usually the transfer of a property right into the water. Parties should consider whether their use will be continuous, periodic or seasonal. In addition, the provisions of the agreement should specify that the intended use is exclusively for domestic use or that it covers agriculture or commercial use.