Cable Delinquency Policy
Every owner at Jonathan's Landing who subscribes to JL Cable (Hotwire) has a responsibility to pay Cable Assessments/High Speed Internet on time in order to have JL Cable operate efficiently. If you do not make these payments on a regular, timely basis, the following will apply to your account:
Assessments are due and payable on a quarterly basis on the 1
day of the following months:
Assessments become delinquent as of the 30th day of the same month they are due.
A late notice will be issued by the JL Cable accounting firm responsible for collection. A notice will be mailed in accordance with Florida Statues to the last known address of the owner on file in the records of Palm Beach County. This late notice will be mailed on the 30
day after the assessment is due and payable. A collection fee of $10 will be applied to this account.
If an assessment has not been paid by the 45
day, the POA, through its accounting service, will mail a second notice, with a late fee of $25 to be applied to the account. Late fees and collection costs may be charged in accordance with Article VIII Section 2 of the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions of Jonathan’s Landing.
At the 60
day of delinquent payment, the POA Board shall request that cable or high-speed service be suspended from an individual owner's home, for which JL Cable has presented reasonable documentation that the unit is delinquent on charges or is in foreclosure. Written notification to the owner must be sent to the owner in letter form giving 10 days' notice to comply.
In order to suspend cable or high-speed internet, JL Cable must present written notice to the cable provider that possible disconnect due to non-payment is pending for the delinquent unit. JL Cable will advise the unit owner that a re-connection fee of $50 shall be charged when a suspension is completed in accordance with the Bulk Service Contract Agreement Exhibit C dated 2/24/2014.