Need a surveyor in London? Here, at Simon Matthew and Co. Ltd, we have been working with the law since 1997 and have a wealth of experience in the party wall, etc. Act 1996 and our experience can be either owners, adjacent owners, or if both parties agree to an agreed surveyor. The survey rights of the adjacent owners are filled by the owner of the party that carries out the work. Royalties are shared only in the case of maintenance or repair of a party wall in which both parties are mutually beneficial. 4. Where the work is carried out in the context of the exercise of the right covered in Section 2, paragraph 2, point (a), and where the work is necessary due to a defect or lack of repair of the structure or wall in question, the costs are borne by the owner and the adjacent owner in the proportion that is involved in cases where the competent employment officer or employer is involved in the dispute. , the Secretary of State, (c) to demolish a partition that separates the buildings from different owners, but does not meet the legal requirements, and to build instead a party wall that meets this requirement; The purpose of the P-T is to promote knowledge of the legislation and procedures of the party`s workforce and to promote best professional practice in its application, the club has played a central role in the design of the current party wall, etc. Act 1996 (b) each party appoints a surveyor and the two surveyors so designated immediately select a third surveyor (all in this section called “the three surveying companies”). b) as an exterior wall or a fence wall, as may be the case, are entirely placed on its own land, b) are built only within the perimeter of a containment wall (no fence wall or exterior wall of a building), e) demolish a party structure that is not strong enough or high enough for the purpose of a building provided by the building owner , and rebuild it. resistance or height for the aforementioned purposes (including reconstruction at or below height if the transformed structure is of sufficient strength and height for the needs of adjacent owners); (7) If the owner builds a wall entirely on his own land, in accordance with subsection 4 or 5, and compensates each owner and adjacent occupant at his own expense for the damage caused to his land by – (6) when the owner builds a wall entirely on his own land, according to the subsection (4) or (5), he is entitled to , at any time during the period during which the owner proposes to reduce the height of a party wall or a party fence wall in accordance with Section 2 (2)m), the adjacent owner may issue a counter-notice in accordance with Section 4, which invites the owner to maintain the existing height of the wall, and in this case , the adjacent owner must pay the owner an appropriate portion of the cost of the wall If you want to talk about the party change law, how you should make communications or order a surveyor, contact us and we will do our best to help you throughout the procedure. (n) to hang a wall or a party structure that had hither been closed, subject to appropriate weather. (f) for each use, in a party structure (likely to include or include the purpose of introducing a wet evidence course); (a) approve any malfunction of a light facility or other facilities in or in relation to a party wall; (b) where the work is related to a party structure or an exterior wall, subject to the wearing of relevant chimneys and chimneys up to such a height and in materials agreed between the owner and the adjacent owner concerned, or determined in the event of a dispute in accordance with Section 10; if he refuses to act effectively, the surveyor of the other party can act ex parte, and everything he does must be as effective as if he had been an agreed survey engineer.