My neighour has been cutting the top of the trees and coming onto my property.
Re: Tree Removal. If the trees grew on the disputed strip naturally, you are clearly not liable for their removal. If the trees were planted there by a previous owner of your property, in the mistaken belief that the land was his, you might be liable as the successor in interest.
Re: tree removal. First of all no one can come on your property without your permission. That is trespass, the question is what is your damage. That is both his civil as well as a criminal penalty. If anybody cuts a tree is to be cut applicable to that part which hangs over over onto his property.
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That is a very hard to define. These state and municipal codes and regulations can clarify a multitude of situations, such as: (1) what kind and how many trees a landowner can plant on their property; (2) whether, when, and how an owner can remove trees from their property; (3) when a tree is owned by a landowner or the government; and (4) who is responsible when the branches, leaves, fruits, nuts, or seeds of a tree cause damage on.
The basic rule is that someone who cuts down, removes, or hurts a tree without permission owes the tree's owner money to compensate for the harm done. You can sue to enforce that right -- but you probably won't have to, once you tell your neighbor what the law is. Jun 28, To remove the tree, both property owners must consent. Again, these laws can differ in each state, so be sure to look up the exact law in your area.
If you both own the tree, any decisions made about the tree should be settled between you and your neighbor. If you can’t come up with a win-win solution, consider working with a mediator.