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Lateral Support

adjoining land

The right of a landowner to have his or her property naturally upheld by the adjoining land or the soil beneath.

The adjoining owner has the duty not to alter the land, such as by lowering it, so as to cause the support to be weakened or removed.

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Adjoining Landowners.

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