What Is a Party Wall?

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A party wall refers to a partition that divides two adjacent buildings and is shared by both tenants and businesses. This wall is usually constructed over the boundary line of these buildings. The party wall are mainly constructed by non-combustible material such as brick or stone.
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party wall
NOUN
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a wall used, or usable, as a part of contiguous structures.
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A party wall is a wall that divides the buildings of two owners with the boundary between ownerships. It is not always positioned at the centre of the wall. The Party Wall Act 1996 recognizes two different types of party wall; type A which stands astride the boundary of land belonging to two different owners and type B which stands wholly on one owners land.
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