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How to pay your rent

 

MAKING PAYMENTS

Charges for the accommodation you occupy are due on Mondays and should be paid in advance. You may pay weekly, fortnightly or monthly, provided your account does not go into arrears. It is your legal obligation to ensure that the full amount is paid when it is due.

 

METHODS OF PAYMENT

There are currently two methods of payment:

  1. Lodgement Book you will be issued with a Lodgement Book at the commencement of your tenancy and this can be taken to any Post Office or the AIB in order to lodge your rent payment.
  2. Standing Order from your Bank/Building Society Account a mandate form is available from our office. Payment is usually due in advance on a monthly basis, at the beginning of each month (although we will accept payments weekly or fortnightly). You must advise us immediately if you wish to cancel or change this arrangement. If you are paying monthly we will calculate the amount due by multiplying the weekly rent by the number of weeks in the year and dividing this into 12 equal amounts.

When you sign up for your tenancy the Estates Officer will tell you how much you are expected to pay each week which is based on proof of income.

You can make a payment by post. You should use Registered Post, crossing cheques/Postal Orders made payable to Clanmil Ireland and write your name and address on the back of the cheque do not post cash. We will not accept responsibility for payments lost in the post.

 

What happens if I fall into arrears?

Initially we will write to you if payments are missed and remind you to pay. In order for us to be able to help you, it is important that you tell your Estates Officer as soon as possible if you are experiencing difficulties paying your rent. It is better that the problem is recognised early so that assistance can be given. The Estates Officer may be able to assist and in certain circumstances can accept agreements to reduce the arrear. You may also wish to seek the advice of the Money Advice and Budgeting Service about debt counseling.

You could lose your home if you do not pay your rent.

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