record the completed well share agreement
Once a shared well agreement is completely finished it can be filed with the Arizona County Recorder’s Office and the Arizona Department of Water Resources.
recording it with the county recorder
A shared well agreement must be filed with the county recorder in which the shared well lies. For example, if the shared well is located in Maricopa County, Arizona then it needs to be recorded with the Maricopa County Recorder’s office.
- Maricopa County Parcel Search: Maricopa County Assessor’s Office.
- Pima County Parcel Search: Pima County Assessor’s Office.
- Pinal County Parcel Search: Pinal County Assessor’s Office.
- Navajo County Parcel Search: Navajo County Assessor’s Office.
- Coconino County Parcel Search: Coconino County Assessor’s Office.
- Yavapai County Parcel Search: Yavapai County Assessor’s Office.
Historically, a person had to hand-deliver a shared well agreement so it could be recorded. However, now, it can be recorded without leaving your house. I recommend Deeds.com to electronically file your well share agreements. They charge a nominal fee for their services and then they take care of the rest.
NOTE: The Arizona Shared Well Agreement must be recorded with the relevant Arizona county recorder before it can be submitted to the Arizona Department of Water Resources.
recording your well agreement with the arizona department of water resources
Only after the shared well agreement has been recorded with the county recorder can it be sent to the Arizona Department of Water Resources. They require the well agreements to be submitted by:
If you have questions about your shared well agreement then contact the Dunaway Law Group, PLC at 480-702-1610 or message us HERE.
* The information provided is informational only, does not constitute legal advice, and will not create an attorney-client or attorney-prospective client relationship. Additionally, the Dunaway Law Group, PLC limits its practice to the State of Arizona.