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Energy Disclosures for California Nonresidential Buildings



byGregg D. Bernhard
Greenberg Traurig, LLP - Los Angeles Office

Rick Merrill
Greenberg Traurig, LLP - Los Angeles Office

June 26, 2013

Previously published on June 2013

Starting July 1, 2013, new energy use disclosure requirements will require an owner of nonresidential California buildings1 to disclose its building’s most recent 12 months of energy usage prior to any sale, lease or financing of the entire building. As the energy disclosure applies only to leases of an entire building, landlords should not be required to issue energy use reports to each tenant in a multi-tenant building.


 

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