electricity certificate

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15 years ago
Please can you advise on the following.

I am in the process of selling a property to the current occupying tenant. The buyer's solicitor has said that I need an electricity certificate. Is this accurate? The property was let unfurnished with no appliances or anything with plugs attached.

With many thanks

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