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Help. Penetrating damp from derelict neighbour!

hi, i have a problem with my property. my neighbouring terraced

house is derelict, with a little amount of roof, lots of weeds and a

whole load of water/ rain coming in. as you can guess i thus have a

damp problem!
i can get into the house, as its been derelict for 15years. so i was

thinking of spraying the party wall with a silicone based product to

seal the water on the neighbours side.
or external render it?
any ideas, help or advice would be great.
tenants are moving out, new tenants have walked away, the council

knows and has supposedly started the legal mumbo jumbo, but i

cant wait anymore.
my house is getting very bad!
thanks mark
 

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