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A Property Enquiry Certificate (PEC) is a standard report on information regarding Statutory Notices and other legal orders and regulations that affect a property. The information is often required when buying or selling a house. The seller's solicitor will normally request this as part of the property search.
You can request a PEC by emailing Formal Property Enquiries.
The cost for a Property Enquiry Certificate is £59.00.
Please note from 1st January 2017, VAT will be charged at 20% to the cost of a property enquiry certificate.
The turn around for a PEC is 5 working days upon receipt of request.
Search Statutory Property Notices for more information.
The records displayed here may be incomplete and should not be used as a substitute for obtaining a Property Enquiry Certificate. The Council accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information obtained using this data, any actions that are taken as a result of information displayed on this site are taken entirely at the viewer's own risk.
Notices served on a range address (e.g. 10-20 High Street) will not be retrieved for all address numbers within the range. We are currently working on a solution for this.
If a notice has been served on a property and you wish to make enquiries relating to it please contact the relevant section by click on the relevant notice type below:
For further information or assistance contact:
Information Data Research Team
Glasgow City Council
231 George Street
Glasgow G1 1RX or Email
DX:-GW145 or Legal Post:-LP6-GLASGOW 10