—(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, the Board may supply water to any person who undertakes to enter into an agreement with the Board for the supply upon such terms and conditions as the Board may determine.
(2) The Board may require any person who requires a supply of water to accept in respect of the supply —
any condition requiring the person to provide sufficient premises, and to construct rooms, buildings or structures, as may be considered necessary by the Board for the purposes of the supply; and
(3) The Board may, in its discretion, refuse to give, or may discontinue, a supply of water to any premises which —
has been erected in contravention of any written law;
is in a ruinous or dangerous condition; or
has a water service installation that is in an unsatisfactory condition.
(4) Without prejudice to subsection (3), the Board may, in its discretion —
refuse to enter into an agreement for the supply; or
enter into an agreement for a reduced supply,
of water that is not for human consumption to any premises, where the Board is of the opinion that it is impracticable or uneconomical to supply the water to those premises.
(5) The Board shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused to any person by —
any refusal or discontinuance of the supply of water under subsection (3); or
any refusal to enter into an agreement for the supply of water, or entering into an agreement for a reduced supply of water, under subsection (4).