No. If an inspection fails, the building inspector will leave a written correction notice with the person who is in responsible charge at the job site. This may be the contractor, the property owner, or an authorized representative of the owner. It is that person’s responsibility to share the written correction notice with any individuals who may need to know the results of the inspection. After reviewing the written correction notice, anyone who needs further clarification in order to properly resolve the noted deficiencies is encouraged to speak with the inspector, whose contact information will be included on the written correction notice.