Section 89 – Rights of adjoining owner
London Building Act 1894
(1) Where a building owner proposes to exercise any of the foregoing rights with respect to party structures the adjoining owner may by notice require the building owner to build on any such party structure such chimney copings jambs or breasts or flues or such piers or recesses or any other like works as may fairly be required for the convenience of such adjoining owner and may be specified in the notice and it shall be the duty of the building owner to comply with such requisition in all cases where the execution of the required works will not be injurious to the building owner or cause to him unnecessary delay in the exercise of his right.
(2) Any difference that arises between a building owner and adjoining owner in respect of the execution of any such works shall be determined in manner in which differences between building owners and adjoining owners are hereinafter to be determined.
The London Building Act 1894
- Section 5 – Definitions
- Section 87 – Rights of owners of adjoining lands respecting erection of walls on line of junction
- Section 88 – Rights of building owner
- Section 89 – Rights of adjoining owner
- Section 90 – Rules as to exercise of rights by building and adjoining owners
- Section 91 – Settlement of differences between building and adjoining owners
- Section 92 – Power for building owner to enter premises
- Section 93 – Building owner to underpin adjoining owner’s building
- Section 94 – Security to be given by building owner and adjoining owner
- Section 95 – Rules as to expenses in respect of party structures
- Section 96 – Account of expenses to be delivered to adjoining owner
- Section 97 – Adjoining owner may object to account
- Section 98 – Building owner may recover if no appeal made
- Section 99 – Structure to belong to building owner until contribution paid
- Section 100 – Adjoining owner liable to expenses incurred on his requisition
- Section 101 – Saving for lights in party walls etc.