We work with persons authorized to prepare energy performance certificates, entered into the Central Register of Energy Performance of Buildings kept by the minister responsible for construction, local planning and spatial development and housing.
If you do not know in what situations an energy performance certificate for a building needs to be done, please refer to the text below.
In accordance with the provisions of the Act of August 29, 2014 on the energy performance of buildings, the owner or manager of the building or part of the building or a person who has a cooperative ownership right to the premises, or a person who has a cooperative tenant right to a dwelling, or a tenant in the case of referred to in Art. 11 sec. 3, provides for the drawing up of an energy performance certificate for the building or part of the building:
- disposed of under a sales contract;
- sold under a contract of sale of a cooperative ownership right to the premises;
It follows from the wording of the provisions of the Act that the preparation of the energy performance certificate is commissioned by:
- building owner or manager (in case of sale or lease);
- a person who has a cooperative ownership right to the premises (in the event of the sale of this right);
- tenant (in the case referred to in Article 11 (3) of the Act).
Pursuant to Art. 11 sec. 3 of the Act, the owner or manager of a building or part of a building, or a person who has a cooperative ownership right to the premises, is obliged to transfer the certificate to the buyer or tenant in the case of sale or rental of the building or part of the building. In the event of failure to comply with this obligation, the buyer or tenant has the right to execute the certificate at the expense of the seller or the lessor.