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    jimmyt
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    Hi,

    We have a couple of small apartments that we are hoping to rent out shortly.

    My question is are there any regulations on how up to date the electrical installation has to be in order to rent the property?


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    As from the first of July 2017 a so called diagnostic électrique is obligatory, read this information by Promotelec. It should be safe, this doesn’t mean that everything has to conform to the latest regs, the Amendement 5 of the French electrical code NF C 15-100.

    Excluded: short term holiday gîtes etc.:

    <i>Dès lors qu’il s’agit d’une location d’habitation (vide ou meublée, à usage de résidence principe ou secondaire, de longue ou courte durée), tout propriétaire-bailleur doit remettre à son locataire des diagnostics immobiliers lors de la signature du contrat de bail</i>.

    So a <i>contrat de location vacances, location saisonnière, de gite rural</i> is another story.

     

     


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