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I am Al and am happy to assist you with your enquiry.
Could you please let me know what problem you now have? Is there a dispute as regards ***** ***** line? If so, has the current boundary line been in place since your parents purchased?
I look forward to hearing from you.
Up until fourteen years ago when we noticed there were puddles of water on the garage floor after we had heavy rain storms there were no leaks from the garage roof and the outside guttering was old but looked to be flowing well without any obstructions, anyway as this was old I replaced it for my parents and thought all was ok but then we found that the bricks of the garage wall on the inside were going green with mold and this was below the damp course level and we could not figure out why about this time we repainted the garage and the floor with proper floor & garage paint and all seemed to be fine and then about eight years ago when the puddles of water came back and I went around to see our neighbors and asked if I could have access to clean the garage gutter which they did while I was there I did some investigating and found where the water is coming from, parallel to our outside garage wall there is a gap of about 1m in this gap there is a concrete slab path which is hard up against our neighbors wall leaving just a gap of about 150mm from the edge of the slab path to our outside garage wall, the path is about 200mm higher than the damp course level of our garage to compound the matter our neighbors have filled the gap with gravel so when it rains heavily the water builds up and has nowhere to go but through the bricks and into the garage.
I'm afraid I need to opt out and a fellow expert will assist.
I have asked our neighbors about what they can do to help us and they said that it’s not there problem it was like it when they moved in.
Hi the neighboring property was built 1n 1985, our property was built in 1938