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City of West Richland Utilities and Services
3801 W Van Giesen
West Richland, WA 99353

P: 509-967-3431
F: 509-967-5706
utilities@westrichland.org
Hours:  8:30am to Noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm


We are pleased to offer our citizens and business owners the following utility services:

  • Water
  • Sewer
  • Irrigation (where applicable)
  • Storm water
  • Garbage

If you are new to the City, WELCOME! We are glad you decided on West Richland. To establish your services, please visit the “How Do I Start My Services” section of this page.

If you are already a valued customer of the City and have questions about your services, please browse through the sections on this page to find your answer.

Other Utility Services Provided in this Area:

  • Electric – is provided by Benton Rural Electric Association (BREA) www.bentonrea.org or 509-967-2921.
  • Gas (where available) – is provided by Cascade Natural Gas Corporation (CNGC) www.cngc.com or 1-888-522-1130.
  • Irrigation (where available) – is provided for most of West Richland by Columbia Irrigation District (CID) and for a small part of the City by Kennewick Irrigation District (KID). The City has three areas of town where we provide the infrastructure to move irrigation water to customers. CID can be contacted at www.columbiairrigation.com or 509-586-6118. KID can be contacted at www.kid.org or 509-586-9111.
  • Telephone – is provided by Frontier Communications http://west.frontier.com/phone or 1-800-921-8101.
  • Cable – is provided by Charter Communications www.charter.com or 1-888-207-1540.

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Answers to the following questions can be found on this page. Please scroll down to find the answer to any of the following questions. If you cannot find your answer, please email utilities@westrichland.org with your question.


How Do I Start My Services?

-Access the New Account Packet. In the packet you will find the following:

  1. Welcome from the Mayor.
  2. “Application for Service” – this should be filled out completely.  The “Date service to begin” should be the next day after your closing date or the date of the start of your lease agreement.
  3. SmartPay enrollment (optional)
  4. Utility rate information – for your information (please also see “What Are My Utility Rates” below).
  5. Cross connection information – for your information, IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ.
  6. Information on City parks – for your information.
  7. Other helpful information about the City – for your information.

 

-Obtain from your closing paperwork proof of ownership (e.g. Statutory Warranty Deed). If renting, please obtain a valid lease agreement.

-If you would like to get a jump start on licensing your dog, please also obtain proof of current rabies vaccination and proof  if the animal is spayed or neutered. Dogs aged 7 months and older are required to be licensed within 30 days. Fees to license dogs are $10.00 for each altered dog and $20.00 for each unaltered dog.

Please bring the completed and signed, Application for Service, proof of property ownership or lease agreement, official photo identification (e.g. driver’s license)  and any optional items such as SmartPay enrollment and dog licensing information as soon as possible to the City Administration Office at 3801 W. Van Giesen St.

If you are unable to appear in person, you may have the completed and signed Application for Service notarized. Send in the notarized Application for Service, copy of the deed or rental agreement and any of the optional forms (e.g. Smartpay Authorization) to utilities@westrichland.org. You may also send your information via fax or place it in the nightdrop. If mailing, please allow sufficient time to ensure it will be delivered to the City on time.

All required paperwork should be received by the City within 72 hours of closing date.

What To Expect When You Bring In Your Paperwork:

The person taking your paperwork will:

1. Scan your Application for Service to ensure it is complete and signed.

2. Ask to see your official photo identification (typically a driver’s license).

3. Take a copy of the proof of ownership (e.g. deed of trust) or valid rental agreement.

4. Take a copy of the vet paperwork for each dog being licensed (if licensing your dogs). Take payment for each dog you are licensing (cash or check advised).

 This process should take approximately 5-10 minutes once you get to the counter if you already have all your paperwork completed, signed and available.


Where Is the City Administration Office?

The City Administration Office is located at 3801 W. Van Giesen St. in West Richland.

The building is on the left hand, far corner of S. 38th Ave. and Van Giesen St. This is the first intersection you will come too if you come into the City on Van Giesen from Highway 240.


What Are My Utility Rates?

Water: Service rates are based on the size of the water meter on your property and the amount of water consumed during the billing cycle. There is a base fee and a consumption fee. Consumption is charged on a per 100 gallon basis.

Sewer: Service rates are based on your class of customer (i.e. residential, commercial, etc.). There is a base fee for all customers. For any non-residential customer, there is also a charge for water consumption. For those residents outside of City limits receiving sewer services, there is an additional 50% surcharge on the base rate.

Irrigation: Service rates are based on a variety of factors such as location and/or size of your lot. The rate is a base fee that is charged over the twelve months in a calendar year.

Garbage: Service rates are based on the size and number of disposal containers you have. Other fees can apply for requesting additional containers, special disposal needs or if there is excess garbage in a larger container (e.g. dumpster).

Storm water: Service rates are based on your class of customer (i.e. single family residential, commercial, etc.). The rate is a base fee and it is for the purpose of managing the water that runs into the storm drains which flows into the river.

The base fees for these services are charged regardless of whether you utilize your services. These base fees are used to recover the on-going expenses required to make these services available to you. On-going expenses include operating and maintaining the system, repairing lines, reading meters (water), preparing bills, etc.

Please see Utility Rates

Up-to-date utility information can always be found in the West Richland Master Fee Schedule.


How Are My Utility Services Billed?

You are billed monthly for the services to your property. Your billed amount will consist of the base charges plus any use, where applicable, during the billing cycle.

Billing cycles run from the 22nd of one month to the 21st of the next.

Your water use is measured by the Water department each month from the water that flowed through your water meter. Please make sure your water meter is accessible so that an accurate read can be obtained. If one cannot be obtained, an estimate will be calculated based on previous water use history.

Depending on the workload of the Water department your meter may not always be read on the same day each month. Because of this, your bill may reflect more days of consumption in one month then the next. If you think your consumption appears high, double check the read dates found on your bill. This may explain why your consumption seems higher than usual.  You can also find other helpful information regarding high consumption in the “What do I do if my water consumption seems high?” section on this page.

Your bill will typically be prepared and mailed in the last week of the month. If you do not receive your bill, please contact the Utility Billing department at utilities@westrichland.org or 509-967-3431 to verify your mailing address. You can also sign up for paperless billing. Failure to receive a bill does not relieve you of your obligation to pay your bill.

If your service address is at a location where a mailbox is not yet established, please provide an alternate mailing address for us to send your bills to you.


How Can I Pay My Bill?


Payments are always due on the 25th of the month unless that day falls on a weekend or holiday. In those instances, payment is due by the end of the next business day. We are pleased to offer the following payment options for your convenience:

  • West Richland SmartPay – an automatic deduction is initiated from your checking account on the 10th or 25th of the month. To find the application, please click Smart Pay Application. Fill out and return to utilities@westrichland.org
  • Bill payment services – we accept payment from bill payment services. Please note if the bank or credit union opts to mail the payment, it is a good idea to schedule the payment at least fifteen days in advance of the due date to allow for mail delivery. If they send your payment to us electronically, please schedule your payment at least ten days in advance of the due date.
  • On-line payment – please visit the “Make a Utility Payment” for more information.
  • Telephone payment – payments can be made through our automated telephone payment service by dialing 1-800-918-0468. You will need your account number to utilize this service. It is the nine digit number found on your utility statement. Please include all nine digits (including the leading zeros) and omit the dash.
  • Mail – please allow at least fifteen days for your payment to be delivered to the City. Please mail your payment stub along with a check or money order to City of West Richland, PO Box 3886, Seattle, WA 98124-3886.
  • Night drop – Our night drop is located on the northeast side of the City Administration Office located at 3801 W. Van Giesen St. Please note that all payments received in the night drop after 3pm on the payment due date will be posted and effective the next business day. This could result in a late payment penalty. If paying after 3pm on the payment due date, please bring your payment inside the City Administration Office or utilize the on-line or telephone payment option. NO CASH PLEASE IN THE NIGHT DROP.
  • Payment in person – We accept payment at the City Administration Office from Monday through Friday 8:30am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm.

We accept cash, check, money order, cashier’s checks and debit/credit cards.

If you pay by debit/credit card, please know there is a convenience fee that is charged by the City’s third party processor as part of the transaction.

Please note, if you have moved within the City, your account number from your previous address will not carry forward to your new address. You will receive a new account number. If you are set up in SmartPay, you will need to fill out a new authorization. If you have automatic payments set up through our on-line payment option or through your bank, please update those with your new account number.


What If I Am Late Paying My Bill?

Past due notices are mailed to property owners and account holders. You will be sent a late notice on or around the 26th of the month reminding you of the payment that was due. A late fee will also be applied to your account.

You will have until the 10th of the month to pay your past due amount and late fee. If the 10th falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date will extend to the end of the next business day.

This notice will be the only one you receive reminding you of your payment that was due and of your requirement to pay by the 10th.

If we do not receive payment by the 10th, your water service will be terminated and a disconnection and reconnection fee will be added to your account. If you would like to have your water service restored, you will need to pay the entire past due amount plus the disconnection fee and a reconnection fee. The amount of the reconnection fee varies based on the time of day that service is requested to be restored.

Failure to pay your bill can subject you to additional late fees, disconnection and reconnection fees and/or placement of a lien on the property in accordance with WRMC 13.90.040 through 13.90.130. Unpaid bills may be turned over to a collection agency for further processing.


What If I Am Unable To Pay My Bill By The Due Date?

We offer up to two payment deferrals each calendar year.

Deferral requests must be received by the end of the day on the date payment is due.

If you are a tenant, your request must also be signed by the owner of the property. Deferral requests will not be granted if you failed to abide by a previous payment deferral and/or if the application is incomplete.

There is a fee of 10% of the total balance due up to a maximum of $20.00 to defer a payment. This fee will be added to your balance due.

The deferred balance must be paid in full by the 15th day of the next month after original due date.

Contact the Utility Billing Department at utilities@westrichland.org or 509-967-3431 for more information.

Application for Deferred Payment

We can only enter into a deferred payment arrangement with those who are listed on the account.


Can Someone Who Is Not On My Account Make a Payment On My Account?

Payment can be accepted for an account from someone who is not listed on the account. The City will be unable to discuss any of the account or bill details with that person, however.


Who Can The City Discuss My Account With?

The City will only discuss your account with those who are listed on the account and the property owner if you are renting.

To have someone listed on your account, you need to fill out and sign the Application for Utility Service and come in with your ID. Please bring the completed and signed form to the City Administration Office Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am and 12:00pm and 1:00pm and 5:00pm.

If you would like the person(s) to appear on the utility bill or listed as a person to discuss the account with, they will need to appear in person at the City Administration Offices to have their identity verified.

Only those listed on the account can authorize changes in services, discontinuation of services, deferred payment arrangements, etc.


My Water Service Has Been Shutoff, How Do I Get It Turned Back On?

If your water service has been shut off for non-payment, you will need to pay all of your past due balance plus all applicable fees, which are a late fee, a disconnection fee and a reconnection fee, before service will be restored.

The total amount of fees will either be $75.00 or $105.00 depending on when you contact the City. If you contact us and make a successful payment by 3:00pm, your fees will be $75.00. If it is after 3:00pm, your total fees will be $105.00. These fees are in addition to the past due billed charges. Please contact the City by calling Utility Billing at 509-967-3431.

Once the City has confirmation that the past due balance plus all applicable fees have been paid, water will be restored.

If you are unable to contact the City during business hours (up to 5:00pm), please call 509-967-3431 and you will be forwarded to the Dispatch Center who will dispatch your water turn on request. Please do not attempt to give your payment to the employee who is turning on your water. Payments for after hours turn on are due to Utility Billing by 10:00am the next business day. If payment is not received by 10:00am, your water will be disconnected again and all applicable fees will be charged.

If the water has been off for longer than one week, you or someone residing in the property will need to be there when water is reconnected to ensure the water pressures back up correctly. If it is been off for less than a week, you do not need to be there, however, if when the meter is turned on it is spinning and no one is at home, the water will be turned off again until you can be contacted. A spinning meter can indicate a leak somewhere in the system so as a courtesy to you, if there is an indication of a leak we will not leave the water on until you can be contacted. There are no additional disconnection or reconnection fees is a meter is turned back off when a leak may be suspected.

Please note, the City will never call you and threaten you with shutting your water off and demanding immediate payment and/or personal information over the phone. If you receive a call like this, please do not give out any personal information to the caller.


What Happens If I Don’t Pay My Utility Bill?

If you have water service, your service will be disconnected until you make your payment and pay any/all applicable fees.

If service has been disconnected and you do not restore service, your past due balance may be sent to a collection agency for further collection efforts. Additionally, the City may put a utility lien on your property.

For other services, your service may be discontinued or disconnected until you make your payment and pay any/all applicable fees.

Unpaid utility bills may be sent to a collection agency for further collection efforts. Additionally, the City may put a utility lien on your property.

Please note, the City will never call you and threaten you with shutting your water off or discontinuing your service and demanding immediate payment and/or personal information over the phone. If you receive a call like this, please do not give out any personal information to the caller.


I Would Like to Pay the Same Amount Each Month?

We are pleased to offer our LevelPay Program for our residential customers. This calculates a twelve month average based on your previous billing and consumption history. This average is a fixed amount that you will be billed for through December 31st of the year. In January, your average will be recalculated to become your new fixed amount for the calendar year. A recalculation could occur anytime, however, if the City deems it necessary.

If, during the recalculation process, it is found that in the previous fixed payment you underpaid or overpaid for your actual use during that period, the amount of under or over payment will become a part of the new fixed amount for the next calendar year. Exceptions apply if the over or underpaid amount is greater than $300.00.

If you do not have a full twelve months of history available for calculating your fixed amount, we can use the history of a previous occupant; however, an additional 15% will be added to the water portion of the calculation. To be eligible for LevelPay, you must meet the following requirements:

  1. You must be a residential customer.
  2. Your account balance must be paid in full prior to enrollment.
  3. You must have an account history that is free of late payments and/or service terminations in the previous twelve-month period.

If you do not meet any of the eligibility requirements above, you may submit a written request to the City at utilities@westrichland.org, by mail, in person or in the nightdrop to have your eligibility reconsidered.

To enroll in LevelPay, please fill out the Level Pay Enrollment form. If you are a tenant, the owner of the property must also sign the application.

Applications received prior to the 21st of the month will be effective for the next bill cycle. Those received after the 21st will not be effective until the following bill cycle. For example, a LevelPay Enrollment Application received on 8/21 will be effective for the bills that go out at the end of August. If the application is received on 8/22, LevelPay will be effective for the bills that go out at the end of September.

You can remove yourself from the LevelPay at anytime. You may contact the City at utilities@westrichland.org or 509-967-3431 to make this request. A calculation will be performed to determine how much, if any, you over or underpaid during the period. Any overpayments will be refunded to you. Any underpayments will be added to your account and due with your next utility bill. Exceptions apply if the underpayment is greater than $300.00.

You must still abide by the payment due dates effective for any utility bill while enrolled in LevelPay. Failure to abide by the due dates can subject you to additional late payment fees and/or disconnection and reconnection fees, if applicable. The City reserves the right to remove you from the program if you have one or more late payments and/or service terminations while you are enrolled in LevelPay.

We can only accept these applications from those who are listed on the account.


Are There Any Discounts Available On My Utility Rates?

The City offers a low-income senior discount and low-income disabled rate for customers who qualify.

Please click on appropriate link below for information on how to apply for these discounts.

Low Income Senior, Account is in Landlords Name

Low Income Disabled, Account is in Landlords Name

Low Income Senior, Account is in Your Name

Low Income Disabled, Account is in Your Name

Your discount will be effective beginning the next billing cycle after your application is approved and will remain in effect for the calendar year. Your eligibility must be re-verified each year by April 15th.

 


What Are Cross Connections and BackFlow Testing?

Cross connections are any potential for the contamination of the City water supply due to the backflow of contaminated water into the pipes which feed into the house or come from the City’s water mains.

A common type of backflow that can occur is from an irrigation system.

In accordance with State law, backflow prevention assemblies are required to be installed on any irrigation systems that are connected to City water. Additionally, those backflow prevention assemblies are required to be tested annually.

The City employs a Cross Connection Specialist that will send a postcard reminder the month before your test is due. You will need to hire a certified tester to complete the test and have the test results sent to the City by the due date.

The City maintains a listing of certified testers if you are unsure of who to use.

It is important to complete the test by the due date. Failure to do so may result in termination of your water service until the test is completed and the results are received by the City.

For more information, please see our Cross Connect Information, a list of approved testers Certified Backflow Testers as well Departments/Public Works/Cross-Connection Control Program. You may also call the City’s Cross Connection Specialist, Jim Beeman, at 509-528-2904 with any questions you may have.


What Do I Do If My Water Consumption Seems High?

The first thing to do is to perform some self checks:

  1. Turn off all your appliances. Shine a flashlight inside your meter. If it is still spinning you may have a leak somewhere.
  2. Check for leaks in your irrigation system. Manually run your sprinklers to see if all are running properly.
  3. Have you recently filled a hot tub or a pool?
  4. Did you have anyone staying with you during the billing period?
  5. Do you have a dripping faucet? (See Water Leaks & Conservation).
  6. Look at the meter read dates on your bill. Are there more read days in this month’s bill?

If none of the above seems to be the culprit, please call 509-967-3431 to explore your options.


Can I Have My Services Turned Off While I Am Away From Home?

You can request to have your Water, Sewer and Garbage service discontinued for a short period of time.

Please fill out and sign the Temporary Discontinue/Restart Application and provide it to the Utility Billing Department.

You can send the completed and signed application to the Utility Billing department by mail, by night drop or in person at the City Administration Office. The Administration Office is open between the hours of 8:30am and 12:00pm and 1:00pm through 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

If you are mailing the request form please do so at least ten days prior so that it will be delivered within two days of your desired disconnection date.

You can specify a reconnection date at the time you are completing the Temporary Disconnect Request or at another time.

There are fees to temporarily disconnect and reconnect your services. Please review the Applicable Fees section of the Temporary Disconnection Request for a complete listing of the fees and the circumstances in which they apply. All applicable fees must be paid with the application. If you are mailing or delivering your application in the night drop, please include your payment (no cash please) with your request. If you are unsure of the total fee amount, please call 509-967-3431.

We can only honor these requests from those who are listed on the utility account.

Please do not attempt to turn your meter off and on. Meters are City property and tampering with them is subject to criminal and/or civil penalties.


Can I Have My Water Temporarily Disconnected To Make A Repair?

Please fill out and sign the Temporary Discontinue/Restart Application and provide it to the Utility Billing Department within two days of when you need to make your repair. Exceptions may apply if this is an emergency repair.

You can send the completed and signed application to the Utility Billing department by mail, by night drop or in person at the City Administration Offices. The Administration Offices are open between the hours of 8:30am and 12:00pm and 1:00pm through 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

If you are mailing please do so at least ten days prior so that it will be delivered within two days of your desired disconnection date.

You can specify a reconnection date at the time you are completing the Temporary Disconnect Request or at another time.

There are fees to temporarily disconnect and reconnect your services. Please review the Applicable Fees section of the Temporary Disconnection Request for a complete listing of the fees and the circumstances in which they apply. All applicable fees must be paid with the application. If you are mailing or delivering your application in the night drop, please include your payment (no cash please) with your request. If you are unsure of the total fee amount, please call 509-967-3431.

We can only honor these requests from those who are listed on the utility account.

Please do not attempt to turn your meter off and on. Meters are City property and tampering with them is subject to criminal and/or civil penalties.


I Have Questions About My Garbage Service:

What Day Is My Garbage Picked Up?

Please see Garbage Pickup Map for a map of garbage service by street. Each delivery day is color coded. Once you find your street or the vicinity of your street and the color zone that it is in, you will be able to determine which day your garbage will be picked up. If you are having trouble finding your pickup day, please email utilities@westrichland.org.

Will My Garbage Be Picked Up On A Holiday?

Yes, please have your garbage can(s) at the curb by 6:00am to ensure it is available when the garbage truck arrives for pickup.

My Garbage Was Not Picked Up?

The most common reason your garbage was not picked up is because your can was not available when the garbage truck came by. Please have your can at the curb by 6:00am on your scheduled pickup day to ensure it will be picked up.

If you ensure that it is out by 6:00am on your next scheduled pickup day and your garbage is still not picked up, please email utilities@westrichland.org.

If your garbage was not picked up on your scheduled pickup day and it cannot wait until your next scheduled pickup day, please contact Basin Disposal at 509-547-2476 to schedule a pickup. There will most likely be a fee for the out-of-schedule pickup.

I Would Like To Have Another Garbage Can(s), How Do I Get One?

Please fill out Garbage Can Change Request Form and return to utilities@westrichland.org. There is a delivery fee to bring out the additional cans and your monthly service fee will increase by a small amount. Deliveries of additional cans occur on Mondays and Thursdays of each week. You will be advised of the delivery date when you make your request.

If you have not received your additional can(s) by the stated delivery date, please contact the Utility Billing department at utilities@westrichland.org.

I Have Not Yet Received The Garbage Can I Ordered or The Can I Was Told Was Going To Be Delivered To Me When I Set Up My Service.

You may not have received your can yet for one of the following reasons:

  • Your request may not have been received in time to get on the garbage delivery report for next delivery date. For example, for Monday deliveries, the report has to be provided on the prior Friday. If you made your request late in the day on Friday, the report may have already been sent to the garbage company. Check for a delivery on Thursday. If you don’t receive your can(s), please email utilities@westrichland.org.
  • If an exchange of cans was going to occur, the can to be exchanged may not have been out on the street for the garbage company to make the exchange. Please email utilities@westrichland.org.

What Type of Garbage Will Be Picked Up?

Bagged or bundled items up to 50 pounds can be placed alongside your can and picked up free of charge. Be sure to fill up your can first. Larger items can be scheduled for pickup (for a fee) by calling Ed’s Disposal at 509-547-2476.

I Have Some Furniture and/or Other Large Items. How Can I Dispose of These?

Items such as these can be scheduled for pickup (for a fee) by calling Ed’s Disposal at 509-547-2476.

Where Should I Put My Garbage Can(s) on Garbage Day?

Your can(s) should be placed on the curb (not on the sidewalk) with the lid opening toward the street. Please space garbage cans two feet apart so that the automated garbage trucks can access your cans easily.

Does The Lid On My Garbage Can Need To Shut All The Way?

The lid should close all or most of the way. Garbage may blow out or fall out on the street if your garbage can is too full.

Can I Use My Own Garbage Can?

Only garbage in the City issued garbage cans will be picked up.

How Do I dispose of paint and other chemicals?

Please do not put these in your garbage can. Please visit http://www.basindisposal.com/about-bdi/eds-disposal/and click on the “Have Haz Waste” link near the bottom of the right side of the page.

What Recycling Options Are Available?

Please visit http://www.basindisposal.com/about-bdi/eds-disposal/and click on the “Recycle Learn How Click Here” link near the bottom of the right side of the page. Recycling drop boxes are located as follows within West Richland:

  • Mt Adams View & Bombing Range Road – across from the fire station
  • 40th & Van Giesen St. – behind the gas station

What Do I Need To Do To Discontinue My Service?

You can send your completed and signed Discontinue Service Form request to utilities@westrichland.org or by fax to 509-967-5706, mail, night drop or in person at the City Administration Offices. The Administration Office is open between the hours of 8:30am through 12:00pm and 1:00pm through 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

If you are mailing, please do so at least ten days prior so that it will be received by the City within two days of your desired disconnection date.

A final bill will be sent to the forwarding address you provide on the request. Failure to receive a bill does not relieve you of your obligation to pay your final bill.

A discontinuation fee will be added to your final bill.

Please keep in mind that the City can only honor these requests by those persons who are listed on the utility account.

Please leave your garbage cans for the next occupant.

Discontinuation Form


When Will My Irrigation Service Be Turned On/Off?

The specific dates for turn on and off are determined by the district which provides you services. You will need to contact them to get the specific dates.

For the City operated irrigation systems, service should be turned on sometime in April and off sometime in October. The specific date will be announced on the City’s website.

The City does not provide sprinkler blowout services.


What If I Have a Sewer Backup?

Please call the City as soon as possible at 509-967-3431 or 509-967-5434 to report the backup. The City will dispatch a crew to determine where the blockage occurred. If it is on the City main line, the blockage will be fixed and information on correcting any property damage will be provided.

The City cannot assist in clearing out non-City owned sewer lines.


The Owner Of The Property Is Deceased, What Do I Need To Do?

Please call the Utility Billing Department at 509-967-3431 to discuss your options. Generally, you will need to provide a death certificate and proof of your authority to take action on this property (e.g. executorship).

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