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10. The duty at regulation 6(2) to take steps for a purpose relating to a physical feature applies, for example, to the following physical features (whether permanent or temporary)—
(a)any feature arising from the design or construction of a building on the premises occupied by the association;
(b)any feature on the premises occupied by the association of any approach to, exit from or access to such a building;
(c)any fixtures, fittings, furnishings, furniture, equipment or materials in or on the premises occupied by the association;
(d)any fixtures, fittings, furnishings, furniture, equipment or materials brought by or on behalf of the association on to premises (other than the premises that they occupy)—
(i)in the course of providing benefits, facilities or services,
(ii)for the purpose of providing such benefits, facilities or services;
(e)any other physical element or quality of any land comprised in the premises occupied by the association.
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