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The Party Wall Act covers any work that has the potential to have an impact on both sides of a boundary wall that separates two properties, such as tearing down or rebuilding the wall, treating it for damp, or cutting into it to install a beam. You are required to acquire the approval of the other co-owner before beginning any work that has the potential to impact them. To do this, a written notice will be sent to the owners of all of the properties that will be affected. The notice needs to be distributed at the very least two months before the work is scheduled to begin.
It is assumed that the neighbour does not approve of the proposed work if they do not provide a written answer within the allotted amount of time (14 days). In order to settle any disagreements that may arise over the intended work, the Party Wall Act mandates that at least one surveyor be appointed to the case. Both parties are able to use a single surveyor who will represent them in an unbiased manner, but it is also possible for each party to choose its own surveyor.
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