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" Recesses may be made in party walls, provided that, 1. The backs of such recesses are not of less thickness than thirteen inches; and, 2. That every recess so formed is arched over, and that the area of such recesses do not, taken altogether, exceed one... "
A manual of domestic economy: suited to families spending from 100 to 1000 ... - Page 80
by John Henry Walsh - 1856 - 736 pages
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The Metropolitan Buildings Act. 18th & 19th. Vict. Cap. CXXII, and Notes of ...

Great Britain, Frederick W. Laxton - 1855
...whole area of the wall in which they are made: Becesscs may be made in party walls, provided that, 1. The backs of such recesses are not of less thickness...arched over, and that the area of such recesses do not, token altogether, exceed one half of the whole area of the wall of the story ш which they are made;...
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The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ..., Volume 95

Great Britain - Law - 1855
...which they are made : Recesses may be made in Party Walls, provided that, 1. The Backs of such Recessas are not of less Thickness than Thirteen Inches ; and,...of such Recesses do not, taken altogether, exceed One Half of the whole Area of the Wall of the Story in which they arc made; and, 3. That such Recesses...
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The Legal Observer, and Solicitors' Journal, Volume 50

Law - 1855
...openings do not, taken together, exceed onehalf of the whole area of the wall in which they are made : 1. The backs of such recesses are not of less thickness than thirteen inches; and 2. That every recess o formed is arched over, and that the area of such recesses do not, taken altogether, exceed one-hall...
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The Metropolis Local Management Acts: With Introd., Notes, and an Appendix ...

Great Britain - Local government - 1863 - 648 pages
...provided that, 1. The backs of such recesses arc not of less thickness than thirteen inches ; and, . That every recess so formed is arched over, and that...the area of such recesses do not, taken altogether, excend onehalf of the whole area of the wall of the story in which they are made ; and 3. That such...
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The house-owner's estimator; or, 'What will it cost to build, alter or ...

James D. Simon - 1874
...of the wall in which they are made. PARTY WALLS. Recesses may be made in party walls, provided that, 1. The backs of such recesses are not of less thickness than thirteen inches ; and AREA OF RECESSES. 2. That every recess so formed is arched over, and that the area of such recesses...
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The Metropolis Local Management Acts: To which is Added an Appendix ...

Great Britain - London (England) - 1880 - 745 pages
...whole area of the wall in which they are made : Recesses may be made in party walls, provided that, 1. The backs of such recesses are not of less thickness...so formed is arched over, and that the area of such recess do not, taken altogether, exceed one-half of the whole area of the wall of the storey in which...
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The Metropolis Local Management Acts: To which is Added an Appendix ...

Great Britain - London (England) - 1880 - 745 pages
...the wall ill which they are made : Recesses may be made in party walls, provided that, 1. The locks of such recesses are not of less thickness than thirteen...so formed is arched over, and that the area of such recess do not, taken altogether, exceed one-half of the whole area of the wall of the storey in which...
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The Law Relating to Building Leases and Building Contracts, the Improvement ...

Alfred Charles Richard Emden - Building laws - 1882 - 716 pages
...whole area of the wall in which they are made : Recesses may be made in party-walls, provided that, (s) 1. The backs of such recesses are not of less thickness than. thirteen inches ; and 2. That every reeess so formed is arehed over, and that the area of such recesses do not, taken altogether, exceed...
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