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Home / News and Insights / Press / Who is responsible for repairing our terraced roof — me or my neighbour?

A reader of The Sunday Times has a mid terrace house and the roof tiles abut the neighbour’s party wall. The lead flashings from the neighbouring house are resting on their roof tiles and are mortared into the party wall. However, now they have come away from the mortar. The reader wants to know who is responsible for the maintenance or repair – themselves or their neighbour?

Simon Painter, Partner in our property disputes team, answers the reader’s question above in an article for The Sunday Times.

The full article is available to subscribers of The Sunday Times, here.

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