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A residential occupier was served with a party wall act notice last year. They appointed a surveyor to act on their behalf. No works were carried out and the notice expired. They have now been served with a fresh notice for the same works. Are they obliged to appoint the same surveyor under the Party Wall Act etc 1996?

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Produced in partnership with Howard Smith of Radcliffe Chambers
Published on LexisPSL on 05/11/2019

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  • A residential occupier was served with a party wall act notice last year. They appointed a surveyor to act on their behalf. No works were carried out and the notice expired. They have now been served with a fresh notice for the same works. Are they obliged to appoint the same surveyor under the Party Wall Act etc 1996?

A residential occupier was served with a party wall act notice last year. They appointed a surveyor to act on their behalf. No works were carried out and the notice expired. They have now been served with a fresh notice for the same works. Are they obliged to appoint

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