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In law there is no specific left or right boundary wall which an owner is responsible. What you need to do is get a copy of your deeds (from the land registry) which will usually determine which wall is yours and which is your neighbours. The other option is to see whether your sellers (when you bought the property) advised your conveyancing solicitor who owned which wall. This is very common and usually included within the sellers property information form. Happy to discuss further and please rate positive.
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