Yes, as long as you supply the relevant property address, the ratepayer's name or a rates reference.
Rates records must show the same ownership details as the property’s certificate of title.
Getting married? Please contact your solicitor who will forward the relevant notification to us.
In the event of a relationship separation the rates record can only be changed once the matrimonial/ relationship settlement has been completed. Please contact the solicitor who will be handling the settlement and they can forward the appropriate notification of the transaction, i.e. change of ownership, or a copy of the amended Certificate of Title to us.
The solicitors involved will apportion the rates between the vendor (seller) and purchaser (buyer). The preferred method when an installment has been issued to the vendor is for the solicitor/vendor to pay that installment and receive a credit from the purchaser.
If a property is in credit when it is sold or if the vendor (seller) and their solicitor pay a current installment we will issue a refund to the solicitor for them to reimburse their client.
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