Re: New Home Questions64
Jan 09, 2018 3:03 pm
Hi , what kind of issue? Neighbours? Dont think they legally can do anything since its on your part of it. Only thing they can do is refuse the excess to build from their sude wich is fine and means that the bricks on their side is un tidy and they have too look at it. More information will help about this.
Re: New Home Questions66
Jan 09, 2018 3:11 pm
No problems as such yet, for one the Neighbours haven't settled on there land yet, so should be fine anyway, just thinking of all possibilities. Hopefully it will be done before they start there build anyway.
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Re: New Home Questions67
Jan 09, 2018 3:15 pm
NAh dont stress they cant do anything:) as long as its on your side if the boundary you will be fine. If you both will start build soon you will be okay, problems usually comes if a lot has been empty for a while between allready build houses. But both new should be fine
Re: New Home Questions68
Jan 09, 2018 4:43 pm
normally no issues on boundary but of course you cant control what happens on the neighboring block
eg my slab sits high on my block but the neighbors slab is cut low resulting in my slab being around 10cm higher than theirs
due to a higher fall on their block than is on mine i assume.
end result my slab sits about 10cm higher than theirs and they will have to remove soil from against my garage wall when they do their paths/concrete
Re: New Home Questions69
Jan 10, 2018 8:20 am
Thanks for your help, Much appreciated. Final Contract signing next week, then hopefully the build will start sooner rather than later given the delays with Council ETC. Now comes the stressful bit haha
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It is impossible to give you a meaning answer without your contract review. For example, it will state in your contract who pays for the building permit.