Auckland home owner Deepak Lal is being sued by property developer, C94 Development, after a building consent error resulted in Lal’s property being built right on the neighbour’s boundary, Stuff reports. C94 Development is asking Lal to move his house or pay $315,000 in damages. Lal argues that Hamilton-based company HQ Designs was hired by Pinnacle Homes to come up with the plans and file the building consent for the house which was then approved by Auckland Council.
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