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Are easements now required for ground anchors under a neighbouring property in NSW?

Temporary ground anchors are often used in construction to help prevent excavation walls from collapsing prior to the building’s permanent structures being in place. Developers and contractors have frequently relied on simple contracts with neighbours for rights to use their land for temporary ground (or rock) anchors. That’s now changed with the Particulars for Regulated Design …
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