A building owner1 is subject to statutory restrictions and requirements2 when he proposes to excavate3, or excavate for and erect a building or structure on his own land, within specified distances of a building or structure4 of an adjoining owner5. For this purpose, all owners of buildings or structures within these distances are deemed to be adjoining owners6.
The restrictions apply where:
(1) a building owner proposes to excavate, or excavate for and erect a building or structure, within a distance of three metres measured horizontally from any part of a building or structure of an adjoining owner, and any
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