‘Grounds for death by negligence in a fire tower of London
There would be grounds for the owners of the June burned-out apartment building in London to sue for wrongful death.
This is reported in the BBC Thursday night on the basis of a letter that the British police to the residents of the tower.
This states that the council and the department of property management of the borough of Kensington-Chelsea grounds for the owners of the property as possible, to continue.
When the fire came certainly eighty people to life. The fire was spread quickly by the insulation used. That was not sufficiently fire resistant, but a recent renovation, however, used for the lining of all the walls in the flat.
Only organisations can be accused of corporate manslaughter. At this time, no one can be arrested.
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