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Solution this means accommodation provided for rent normally under a tenancy
agreement. EPCs are always triggered by the intention to have a new tenant coming in
to the property with a new tenancy agreement lease renewals do not generally
require that an EPC be made available. If in doubt, the principle is that if a new occupier is coming in, then they should be given an EPC. There is a defence for failing
to make an EPC available for accommodation provided in circumstances of urgency,
as long as the EPC is provided as soon as is reasonably practicable thereafter
(Regulation 42).
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Article ID: 234
Category: Energy Performance Certificates (Domestic)
Date added: 22-03-2013 09:51:32
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