Validity of Tenancy Agreement Without EPC at Start
Is a tenancy agreement valid if there was no EPC at the start of the tenancy, but there is one now?
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Since 1 October 2008, landlords have been required to make an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) available to prospective tenants when a property is being advertised for sale or let. The purpose of the EPC is to show prospective tenants the energy performance of the dwelling they are considering renting.