1. The landlord has to make sure that their tenants are on the correct Arms tariff for people living in their primary residence. They can do this by completing Sections A and C of Arms Form H - Change in the Declaration of Number of Persons. All occupants of the rental property need to complete Section B. Both landlord and tenants need to provide copies of identification documents.
3. The tenant must have access to the proper Arms bill - green, 2 pages. If the tenant does not have access to the Arms bill, then they are not obliged to pay the bill. Please note that the Arms online calculator, for various reasons, is not a reliable indicator of the cost of your utilities. The Arms online calculator itself contains this disclaimer:
Article 7f prohibits clauses which stipulate the payment of a fixed amount on account towards the Arms bill. This ties in with Article 17f which stipulates that the tenant is not obliged to pay unless given access to the proper Arms bill - green, 2 pages.
Finally, if there are any breaches of the Residential Leases Act where Arms bills are concerned, then for the price of 10 euro, either party can submit an online dispute. The Residential Leases Act is very clear on the obligations of both landlords and tenants where Arms bills are concerned. A decision will be made by the Dispute Panel within 5 working days of last submissions.