Letter of instruction to rights of light surveyor—instructed by proposed developer
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Letter of instruction to rights of light surveyor—instructed by proposed developer

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  • Letter of instruction to rights of light surveyor—instructed by proposed developer

Letter of instruction to rights of light surveyor—instructed by proposed developer

PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL

[insert name and address of surveyor]

[insert date]

Dear [insert name of surveyor]

[insert case heading]

INSTRUCTIONS TO ACT AS RIGHT OF LIGHT SURVEYOR CONFIDENTIAL AND LEGALLY PRIVILEGED LETTER OF INSTRUCTIONS/TERMS OF ENGAGEMENT

I act for [name of client] in connection with the property known as [property description] (the Property) of which my client is the leasehold/freehold [delete as applicable] owner registered at HM Land Registry under title number [insert title number]. I write to confirm my client’s instructions to you to provide a report, along with any follow up reports and/or advice requested (the Report), and potentially in due course to act as expert in any court proceedings, in connection with rights of light issues at the Property arising from the proposed redevelopment of the Property (the Proposed Redevelopment).

You have confirmed that you are a qualified rights of light surveyor and are well versed with being an expert surveyor in relation to whether an interference with a right to light is an actionable interference and, if so, valuing the damages payable for the actionable interference (assuming that injunctive relief is not ordered).

The aim of this letter is to provide you with the factual background to the dispute, the key documents and to identify the issues that you will need to consider.

If you accept these instructions I

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