The statutory remedies1 are not available in respect of subsidence damage2 to any property unless the owner3 of the property or some other person who is liable to make good the damage in whole or in part has given to the responsible person4 the required notice5 with respect to the damage within the required period6, and has afforded such person reasonable facilities to inspect the property, so far as he was in a position to do so7. The required notice with respect to any subsidence damage is a notice stating that the damage has occurred and containing prescribed particulars8.
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