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The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012), SI 2012/632, reg 4 imposes a ‘duty to manage’ obligation on ‘dutyholders’ of non-domestic premises and the common parts of domestic premises.
CAR 2012, SI 2012/632, reg 4 requires dutyholders to identify the location and condition of asbestos and to manage the risk posed by it to prevent harm to anyone who works on the premises or to occupants of the premises. It also explains what is required of people who have a duty to ‘co-operate’ with the main dutyholder to enable them to comply with CAR 2012, SI 2012/632.
CAR 2012, SI 2012/632, reg 4(1)(a) defines a ‘dutyholder’ as:
‘…every person who has an obligation in relation to the “maintenance or repair” of non-domestic premises under the terms and conditions of a lease or management agreement; orif there is no such lease or agreement, the freehold owner or any person who has control over that part of the
‘…every person who has an obligation in relation to the “maintenance or repair” of non-domestic premises under the terms and conditions of a lease or management agreement; or
if there is no such lease or agreement, the freehold owner or any person who has control over that part of the
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