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The capital charge for the water system will show up on the property's annual property taxes.  Accordingly, whoever is the owner of the house in a given year pays the tax for that year.  The capital charge is "attached" to the property, not the property owner. If you sell, property taxes become the next guy's problem.

Now if you sell mid-year there is typically a process of pro-rating the taxes (all property taxes, not just this one).  But that is done by the lawyers during conveyance as part of the buy-and-sell contract.

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