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Verulam

Partial underpinning of semidetached houses With reference to previous correspondence (20 April and 18 May), Tom Hill, of Hampton- Upon-Thames, introduces the question of provisions which may be included in house deeds to safeguard owners’ interests where raft foundations are shared: This problem requires provision in the house deeds. The raft foundation causes one house to be structurally dependent on the other, similar to flats where owners share floors. Covenants are required to safeguard the interests of both owners. Verulam