Disconnection definition

Disconnection means an event or action taken by the utility to terminate or discontinue the provision of service, but does not include a customer−requested termination of service;
Disconnection means interrupting the supply of water or electricity to a debtor as a consequence of ignoring a notice for payment;

Examples of Disconnection in a sentence

  • The Disconnection shall not abrogate any monthly Minimum Charge or other fee as specified in the applicable Rate Schedule or Rider.

  • Upon the Disconnection, the Cooper Creek Village Property shall not be exempt from the payment of any property taxes lawfully assessed against it for the purpose of paying any indebtedness lawfully contracted by the Town while such property was within the limits of the Town and which remains unpaid and for the payment of which the Cooper Creek Village Property could be lawfully taxed.

  • The Town Council hereby finds and agrees that the best interests of the Town will not be prejudiced by the Disconnection in the event of the Town’s breach or default under this Agreement.

  • Types of Sewer Connection, Disconnection and Construction Permits.

  • The Town shall file the Disconnection ordinance and map with all parties entitled to receive an annexation ordinance and map under C.R.S. § 31-12-113.


More Definitions of Disconnection

Disconnection means the involuntary loss of utility heating service as a result of a physical act by a utility to discontinue service. Disconnection includes installation of a service or load limiter or any device that limits or interrupts utility service in any way.
Disconnection means the termination or discontinuance of electric service.
Disconnection has the meaning set out in the Grid Code and “Disconnected” and
Disconnection means the physical separation of user or consumer from the system;
Disconnection means interrupting the supply of water or electricity to a debtor as a consequence of ignoring a Final Demand for payment.