Applicant, as named above, requests that the City of Chicago’s Department of Finance update its utility billing records to reflect the transfer or pending transfer of the above premises that is the subject of this application. If new service charges accrue to the account prior to transfer of ownership of the subject property, the Department of Finance reserves the right to recalculate the balance owed. If the Applicant has submitted an application affirming that the Grantee acquired the property listed above pursuant to a judicial deed subsequent to a judicial foreclosure action or a tax deed subsequent to a tax sale, the Full Payment Certificate that transfers the property listed above to the Grantee will reflect zero balance as of the execution date shown on the judicial deed or tax deed. This Full Payment Certificate does not relieve the Grantee listed above of any service charges that have accrued or will accrue after the execution date of the judicial deed or tax deed. If the Applicant has submitted an application affirming that the Grantee was pre-qualified for the Utility Billing Relief (UBR) program, the Full Payment Certificate that transfers the property listed above to the Grantee will reflect zero balance and payment will not be required in order to obtain the Full Payment Certificate. The Grantee will become responsible for any outstanding charges owed, including any balance temporarily set aside under an existing UBR program year. Applicant acknowledges that persons who make material false statements may be fined not less than $500, nor more than $1,000, plus three times the City’s damages, litigation costs, collection costs, and attorney’s fees pursuant to Section 1-21-010 of the Municipal Code of Chicago.