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If you are planning works to your property that could affect any boundary walls, you should consider your obligations under the Party Wall Act.

In the alternative, if your neighbour is carrying out works that you consider affect your boundary then you can take steps to protect your position. We can advise you on your options, including where necessary, applying to the court for an injunction.

It is important that the correct statutory procedures are followed. Whether our clients are carrying out the works or are affected by the same, our team can guide either party through the process. We understand the importance of preserving good neighbourly relations while at the same time protecting our clients property investment. Early communication is important and we work closely with surveyors to encourage resolution of any dispute.

Contact our Property Litigation Team
telephone: 020 7691 4000
or email: enquiries@edwincoe.com

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Party Wall Act

If you are planning works to your property that could affect any boundary walls, you should consider your obligations under the Party Wall Act.

In the alternative, if your neighbour is carrying out works that you consider affect your boundary then you can take steps to protect your position. We can advise you on your options, including where necessary, applying to the court for an injunction.

It is important that the correct statutory procedures are followed. Whether our clients are carrying out the works or are affected by the same, our team can guide either party through the process. We understand the importance of preserving good neighbourly relations while at the same time protecting our clients property investment. Early communication is important and we work closely with surveyors to encourage resolution of any dispute.

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