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party wall

Property law a wall separating two properties or pieces of land and over which each of the adjoining owners has certain rights

party wall

A wall used jointly by two parties under an easement agreement, erected upon a line dividing two parcels of land, each one a separate real estate entity; a common wall. See also: half-timbered wall

party wall

[′pärd·ē ‚wȯl]
(building construction)
A wall providing joint service between two buildings.

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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