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bluebonnie
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  • From what you’ve said, both kitchens are a hair’s breadth from the boundary, and both kitchens were already built before either you or your neighbour acquired these properties.

    So maintenance of the wall or roof of either kitchen would need its neighbour’s consent.
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  • bluebonnie
    replied to Dealing with damp
    A 19th century building should probably have lime mortar - which would enable dampness to evaporate rather than penetrate the walls. It's a mistake to replace lime mortar with cement mortar. The freeholder is probably responsible for that mistake.

    Get a surveyor or a structural engineer...
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