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Public sewer under extension
The title reads:
Entry date 1978: ...except and reserved unto the owners and occupiers for the time being of the adjoining property on the Northern and Western sides the right to connect with and use the sewer under the Property indicated by a broken line upon the said plan subject to the payment by them of a proportionate part of the expense of repairing and maintaining the same and also except and reserved unto the Owners and Occupiers for the time being of the adjoining property on the Southern side the right to use the sewer under the Property which connects with the sewer herein before referred to Subject to the payment by them of a proportionate part of the expense of repairing and maintaining the same.
Entry date 1999: An Agreement made between (1) District Council (2) Water supplier (3) Owner (4) Mortgage provider contains provisions and restrictions relating to the erection of a building over the public sewer.
At the moment over the sewer there are a garage currently used as a storage/utility room and a part of the kitchen.The plan shows the sewer going on the western side of the house (the street goes South-North and the house is on the Eastern side, with a huge garden to the East).
Is there anything to be concerned about?
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