Rights of entry are given to a building owner1 and surveyors2 appointed under the Party Wall etc Act 1996 which are exercisable after due notice has been given3. No land or premises may be entered by any person unless the building owner serves a notice of intention to enter on the owner and the occupier of the land or premises4. In case of emergency, such notice of intention to enter must be given as may be reasonably practicable5. In any other case, the notice of intention to enter must be served in a period of not less than 14
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