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A wall shared or used by two or more owners. A dividing wall is a typical example. Floors between flats are party structures and boundary walls can be called party fence walls.
A statutory framework that places obligations on the owner who wishes to undertake such development to notify his neighbours in writing of what is proposed.
A written form of a letter provided to the adjoining owners informing of the proposed works which fall under the remit of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996.
An Owner can be, a person in receipt of, or entitled to receive, the whole or part of the rents or profits of land or a person in possession of land or a purchaser of an interest in land under a contract for the purchase or under an agreement for a lease.
A person or a company who is or are an owner of a property at which building works are being proposed, which fall under the remit of Party Wall etc. Act 1996.
An owner of a neighbouring property which may be affected by the building works under the remit of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 which are proposed by the Building Owner.
A Party Wall Surveyor means any person not being a party to the matter appointed or selected under section 10 of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 to determine disputes in accordance with the procedures set out in this Act.
Schedule of Condition is evidence acquired in photographic or narrative form of the condition of the property before the building works commence at Building Owners property.
The award is a legally binding document. A Party Wall Award regulates how the proposed building works are to be conducted as well as dealing with any other related incidental matters such as costs and compensation.