You mean that it might be unstable because of its age. As it is not part of the "dwelling house" then it does not come under any statutory obligation to repair, but it could be a health & safety issue which if it collapses might be a problem if it injures somebody and not just the tenants.
Originally Posted by Gazza7682
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