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I would tend to agree that any settlement should be based around the requirement for removal. Less than this, unless the developer confirms otherwise is of limited benefit. If removal can be agreed for an economic price this may be a basis on which to conclude the issue as a pragmatic alternative to court. Take care to involve the insurers on any discussions. Failure to do so could prejudice your cover potentially.
Best wishes and please do let me know the outcome.
I will - and all the best meanwhile.
And to you.
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