An adjoining owner's positive response to a notice of adjacent excavations given under section 6 of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996, where the notice was for excavations three or six metres from the boundary.
An adjoining owner's response to a building owner's line of junction notice (for a new wall wholly on the building owner's own land), given under section 1 of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 (PWA 1996), in the form of a letter. The letter allows the adjoining owner to either consent or dissent.
A new wall letter is a document that outlines the legal rights and responsibilities of the parties involved in a construction project. It covers topics such as the scope of work, schedule of payments, and other important details. This letter is typically signed by both the contractor and the homeowner before work begins.
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