We have two buildings on our site - with different addresses. Our sales department moved from one building to the other..there was an expansion and there is more room in the second office. All business is conducted out of the original address..that is all business correspondence with our customers. During an TS audit (for a sister site...we share the sales department) a major non-conformance was written due to the address change. I have never heard of a finding written against the rules..Is this something that can be contested? Also, as the move was merely desk move and not a move of the business.. Thoughts? Here is the Non-conformance as written: Scope: TS 85497 Statement of non-conformance: The process to notify the Certification Body of changes is not effective. 3.2 Notice of changes by a client The certification body shall have a legally enforceable agreement to ensure that the client informs the certification body, without delay, of matters that may affect the capability of the management system to continue to fulfill the requirements of the ISO/TS 16949 certification. These include, for example, changes relating to: a) legal status, b) commercial status (e.g. joint venture, sub-contracting with other organizations), c) ownership status (e.g. mergers and acquisitions), d) organization and management (e.g. key managerial, decision-making, or technical staff), e) contact address or location, f) scope of operations under the certified management system, g) IATF subscribing OEM customer special status (see section 8.0), h) major changes to the management system and processes. Failure by the client to inform the certification body of a change is considered as a breach of the legally enforceable agreement and may result in the withdrawal of the client’s ISO/TS 16949 certificate by the certification body.