Commentary

74 Notices of uninhabitability caused by coal-mining subsidence damage

MINES, MINERALS AND LANDFILL vol 26(3)
| Commentary

74 Notices of uninhabitability caused by coal-mining subsidence damage

| Commentary

74 Notices of uninhabitability caused by coal-mining subsidence damage

Where a dwelling house is rendered uninhabitable by subsidence damage, the person responsible for subsidence must provide or pay for alternative accommodation and the removal and storage of furniture1, but only where the owner or occupier of the dwelling house is a resident and has given to the person responsible notice in writing, containing prescribed particulars2, that in his opinion the dwelling house is not in a reasonably fit state to be used as such and has afforded the person responsible reasonable facilities to inspect the dwelling

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