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Energy Performance Certificates (England) | England | Pre-tenancy (England)

No EPC for 2009 tenancy

28 Jan 2022 | 1 comment

Should a tenancy that is ongoing but started in 2010 have had an EPC completed and what are the potential implications of not doing so?

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  1. guildy

    Yes, the rules started 2008.

    The biggest problem is that it’s unlawful to be renting a property with a rating below “E”. With this, you wouldn’t be able to prove that the rating is acceptable and so could be fined.

    You can get the EPC done now and that should fix the concern.

    Please see here for details.

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