Re: Re: boundry wall issues
+1 what Tommyt has posted.
The neighbour can claim ownership of the wall since she built it.
Piers in a 215mm block on the flat wall normally intrude a max 115-215mm not a foot.
You have assumed the boundary to be the middle of the wall, but it could lie at the front face of the piers.
You may need a solicitor AND a chartered surveyor to sort this out, and possibly an architect to swear the declaration assuming ye can both reach some eventual agreement on the support for the shed and the legal position on the boundary – ie literally – its location.
I don’t know that she can sue you, but it does seem a little cheeky to take support from a wall you didn’t build and for which support you didn’t ask permission