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MANILA WATERS vs MY BEING RESIDENTIAL

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1 MANILA WATERS vs MY BEING RESIDENTIAL on Sun Nov 13, 2011 4:32 am

LADerit


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Water is a basic necessity and in Manila, Philippines - MANILA WATERS (a semi government company) is the only water supplier.
My father has this land where both my brother and I occupied with different house. Each have a gate and an electricity bill. My brother established an internet cafe on their yard.
This Manila Waters made my water meter on COMMERCIAL RATE which made me, a RESIDENTIAL user of their service, problematic on the more than 100% increase. Their reason is the internet cafe and my house is under 1 property (Land) name. Is that right?
To think of I am not benefiting to the COMMERCIAL establishment under my father's land, and I am really a RESIDENTIAL user, why should I shoulder that increase?
Will our electricity bill justify to Manila Waters that I am different from the Internet Cafe?

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2 I'm having the same problem --- please help on Fri Dec 02, 2011 9:07 pm

antonio.averilla


Arresto Menor
LADerit wrote:Water is a basic necessity and in Manila, Philippines - MANILA WATERS (a semi government company) is the only water supplier.
My father has this land where both my brother and I occupied with different house. Each have a gate and an electricity bill. My brother established an internet cafe on their yard.
This Manila Waters made my water meter on COMMERCIAL RATE which made me, a RESIDENTIAL user of their service, problematic on the more than 100% increase. Their reason is the internet cafe and my house is under 1 property (Land) name. Is that right?
To think of I am not benefiting to the COMMERCIAL establishment under my father's land, and I am really a RESIDENTIAL user, why should I shoulder that increase?
Will our electricity bill justify to Manila Waters that I am different from the Internet Cafe?

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