party wall


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party wall

n.
A wall built on the boundary line of adjoining properties and shared by both owners.

[Obsolete party, shared, divided, from Old French parti; see parti-colored.]

party wall

n
(Law) property law a wall separating two properties or pieces of land and over which each of the adjoining owners has certain rights

par′ty wall′


n.
a wall dividing contiguous structures.
[1660–70]

party wall

- A wall common to two adjoining buildings or rooms.
See also related terms for rooms.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.party wall - a wall erected on the line between two properties and shared by both ownersparty wall - a wall erected on the line between two properties and shared by both owners
wall - a masonry fence (as around an estate or garden); "the wall followed the road"; "he ducked behind the garden wall and waited"
Translations

party wall

nmuro di confine or divisorio
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The individual riding the party wall like an aerial horse was a tall, angular young man, with dark hair sticking up like a hair brush, intelligent and even distinguished lineaments, but a sallow and almost alien complexion.
In most cases, you'll also have to have a party wall agreement with your immediate neighbours, for which you'll need a good party wall surveyor.
That said, however, my understanding is that you basically own half the thickness of any party wall - so as far as minor, everyday things are concerned, like drilling into it to install fixings for kitchen cabinets or shelves, or even cutting into it to install electrical wiring and sockets, you are basically free to do what you like.
If the basement conversion involves cutting into or underpinning a wall that is shared with your neighbour - a party wall - or you propose to excavate within three or six metres and below the level of your neighbour's foundations, then you will need to serve them with a Party Wall Notice in accordance with the Party Wall etc Act 1996 before doing so.
5 UNLESS your house is detached, converting the loft will affect a shared wall or walls with a neighbour or neighbours, which means the work falls under the Party Wall Act.
I am having trouble finding out what plans the committee have for the eight-foot party wall that separates our offices from their car park.
But we are very clear that extensions can go so far at the back and they can't go up to the party wall.
In this case, you'll need to comply with the Party Wall Act - a party wall surveyor will be able to advise you.
In this case, you'll need a party wall agreement with them in order to comply with the Party Wall Act.
6-8) The advantage of the stapling device is that it simultaneously divides and seals the party wall between the esophagus and diverticulum by cutting between a double row of staples.
This is clearly a neighbourly dispute and they have removed your own installation on what we consider to be a party wall.