|Topic:||Re:Re:Party Wall Surveyor|
|Posted by:||James Holmes-Siedle|
|I disagree slightly - the notice should really be served by a party wall surveyor - it is only if there is a dissent that the neighbour may appoint a surveyor of their own (at your cost) and/or agree for your surveyor to act for the wall.|
A fault in the issued notice can set you back a long way and cause delay and upset - so I would always recommend that you appoint a surveyor to assess and then issue the proper notices.
You can also go along way to helping by keeping your neighbours in the loop as to your plans. They cannot object - they can dissent the notice which means the appointment of another surveyor, who will agree on behalf of the wall - not the neighbour.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 09:25:00||Pete Johnson|
|Re:Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 10:26:00||Julie Mitchell|
|Re:Re:Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 10:31:00||Pete Johnson|
|Re:Re:Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 10:39:00||James Holmes-Siedle|
|Re:Re:Re:Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 10:49:00||Pete Johnson|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 11:20:00||Julie Mitchell|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 11:54:00||Pete Johnson|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Party Wall Surveyor||16/03/15 12:47:00||Adrian Irving|
|Re:Party Wall Surveyor||17/03/15 11:48:00||Peter G Boardman|