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Re: Morality

Posted by Dizzyinvestor on July 30, 2011 at 3:07 PM

In Reply to: Morality posted by Kristine-CA on July 30, 2011 at 10:54 AM

Kristine, thank you for your replies. Sometimes everyone may not have enough information to make a moral judgements call. If I find that not paying a bill that I did not sign up for or used any of there services hurts some other innocent person, I'll pay. I'm here asking to gain more info to make that decision. I don't know everything in this world to automatically know what is moral or not.

A similar question would be like is it immoral to not pay a photo enforced right turn red light violation in los angeles. Some would consider that an honest question.

I paid my community water bill which I signed up for. I did not use the trash services from the city. I had a separate demo and hauling sub for that. Any sewage use was only from testing certain fixtures. So to sum it up, I'm looking for an argument for and against.
I most certainly will probably pay this bill because I don't like any loose ends.

: Should you pay due to moral obligations? Hmmm. Someone who asks strangers on a message board about moral obligations.....I think that sums up your commitment to morality. :) Dude, morality is personal. Look within.

: : : Many times the water in the ground is owned by the utility co. So even with a well you will get a bill. It is never very big though.

: : Seems we've gone off on a tangent. Thanks for thus replies though.

: : The Well is owned by a community of homes and NOT owned in any ways by the city.
: : Escrow and title are clear for closing. There are no other contingencies.
: : The question is if i should pay due to morale obligations and if there could be any recourse which I don't see. Title will change and they could not charge the new owner. They're not even clear who the current owner (me) is.

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