The Water and Sewage Authority has extended its amnesty programme until the end of February next year.
WASA said this amnesty extension will allow owners or occupants with illegal connections to regularize their status.
It said the amnesty applies to persons who have an existing water service connection but are not registered as a customer of the Authority;
Customers who conduct a VAT-registered business and are currently classified as a residential customer.
Customers classified for yard/building tap, who now have internal plumbing and have failed to notify the Authority, and persons with unregistered swimming pools.
In a media release Monday, WASA said the Amnesty does not apply to regularization of customers in un-approved developments.