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  393.553.  Written demand, notice, contents, refusal of access deemed denial of access, when. — Whenever there exists a need for access, as defined in subdivision (3) of section 393.550, to a utility meter, the utility company may make demand, by written notice, upon the utility customer in default for access to the utility meter.  Such notice shall state that:

  (1)  The utility company is the owner of the utility meter at the residence;

  (2)  The utility company seeks access to the utility meter based upon a need for access as described in subdivision (3) of section 393.550; and

  (3)  If access to the utility meter is not provided within ten days of the date of the access demand notice, an action may be instituted by the utility company.  



If access to the utility meter is not provided to the utility company within ten days of the date of the access demand notice, such refusal shall constitute a denial of access.


(L. 1986 H.B. 1422 § 2)

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