Energy performance certificates (EPCs): drafting implications for commercial property

A practice note considering possible additional provisions for sale contracts, leases and leasehold management documents in order to deal with energy performance certificates (EPCs) for commercial properties.

The practice note contains links to standard clauses that can be added to leases and leasehold management documents.

For information on EPCs generally, see Practice note, Energy performance certificates (EPCs).

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