Section 97 – Adjoining owner may object to account

London Building Act 1894

At any time within one month after delivery of the said account the adjoining owner if dissatisfied therewith may declare his dissatisfaction to the building owner by notice in writing served by himself or his agent and specifying his objection thereto and thereupon a difference shall be deemed to have arisen between the parties and shall be determined in manner hereinbefore in this part of this Act provided for the settlement of differences between building and adjoining owners.

The London Building Act 1894