Bower v Peate

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(1876) 1 Q.B.D. 321 Party walls The plaintiff and the defendant were owners of adjoining houses. The defendant pulled down his house, intending to rebuild it. These works involved the excavation and removal of soil that had supported the plaintiff's house, and also required underpinning. The defendant engaged a builder...

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