The commissioner may order a property owner to seal a well or boring if:
(1) the commissioner determines that without being sealed the well or boring is an imminent threat to public health or public safety;
(2) the well or boring is required to be sealed under section 103I.301; or
(3) a well is a monitoring well or dewatering well and by 14 months after construction of the well, the owner has not obtained a maintenance permit, or after a maintenance permit has been issued the owner has not renewed a maintenance permit.
If the property owner fails to seal a well or boring in the time provided in the commissioner's order, or if the commissioner is unable to identify or locate the property owner, the commissioner may enter the property and have the well or boring sealed. The property owner is liable for and must pay the costs of sealing the well or boring.