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common wall

[¦käm·ən ¦wȯl]
(building construction)
A wall that is shared by two dwelling units.

party wall

A wall used jointly by two parties under easement agreement, erected upon a line dividing two parcels of land, each of which is a separate real estate entity; a common wall.
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If surgery had been necessary for our patient, a transcervical approach would have been preferred because the diverticulum's inverted position would have made endoscopic visualization of the common wall difficult.
The two adjacent buildings will be linked by breaking through the common wall on the fifth floor and via a lobby connection.
A common wall that separates them is mirrored on both sides, and a shared wall of glass gives both a view to a private garden.
Tenders are invited for Small cold store Pre fabricated insulated walls cold store with two chambers one of size 8ft x 8ft x 8 ft and other of size 6ft x 8 x 8ft with an 8ft x 8ft common wall of pre fabricated puf panels
RainBarrier products are non-combustible and compatible with common wall ties, adhesives, and air barrier systems.
I was very, very lucky,'' said the woman who had fled with her 22- month-old child minutes before the gunman fired scores of bullets through their common wall.
This is accomplished using a recessed wall-wash cove system along the inside common wall between private offices and corridors.
Tenders are invited for Small cold store Pre-fabricated insulated walls cold store chambers two chambers with one of size 8ft x 8ft x 8 ft and other of size 6ft x 8 x 8ft with a 8ft x 8ft common wall of pre-fabricated puf panels As per specification
By injecting a special gas into the pipes, the franchisee quickly discovered that a sewer line between two bathrooms with a common wall was missing a two-inch cap.
No units share a common wall, but every pair shares a common roof over the entry.
It's not any different from living in a town house but you don't have a common wall.
Looking at the top risks leading to construction defect litigation, there is a different order of impact compared to single-family dwellings, encompassing water intrusion, acoustical, MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing), common wall and occupancy and/or ownership separation issues.