EPC by Leaseholder Subletting

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    EPC by Leaseholder Subletting

    As The Freeholder am I entitled to see if the leaseholder of one of the flats in a block of 12 has an EPC certificate? As the lease is 50 years old there is obviously nothing in there refering to it.

    As far as I see it, it is not my responsibility and unless in effects our insurance etc it is not really my concern.

    #2
    No. There's no need for the freeholder to see the EPC. It's for the prospective tenants' benefit.

    I don't see how it affects the block's insurance. I presume that you are responsible for the building's upkeep and if you require a report to assist you in that task you ought to commission it and claim the cost through the service charge.

    Are you interested in seeing it because you own a similar flat in the block? Why not ask nicely to flick through it.

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      #3
      Many thanks for your reply.

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