Clare County Council has passed a motion that no further letters demanding payment of the Household Charge should be sent out by the council until such time as an appropriate database has been put in place.
The motion was passed following recent controversy, where many homeowners who had already paid the charge were sent letters reminding them to pay.
In other instances letters were addressed to individuals who are deceased.
The issue was described as a "fiasco" and a "public disgrace".
A separate motion asking that the Local Government Management Agency - charged with collecting the charge - be disbanded was also passed.
A statement from Clare County Council said that the council was operating on instructions from the LGMA.
They added that the letters were sent based on a database compiled by the LGMA.
The council said householders who have queries or who have already paid the charge and received a letter should contact the Central Bureau at Lo Call 1890-357-357.