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Last edited 24 May 2022
Principal accountable person
- (a) in relation to a building with one accountable person, that person;
- (b) in relation to a building with more than one accountable person, the accountable person who—
- holds a legal estate in possession in the relevant parts of the structure and exterior of the building, or
- is within section 72(1)(b) because of a relevant repairing obligation (within the meaning of that section) in relation to the relevant parts of the structure and exterior of the building.
See also: Accountable person.
- Accountable person.
- Building Safety Act 2022.
- Duty holder.
- Government response to the Building a Safer Future consultation.
- Grenfell articles.
- Grenfell Tower Fire.
- Hackitt review of the building regulations and fire safety, final report.
- Health and safety file.
- Principal contractor.
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