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Apr 06, If some are questionable, get a quote from an arborist. If the tree is in your neighbor’s yard, but has a potential to fall onto your property, have a discussion with them about coming up with a compromise and perhaps pay for the tree's removal 50/ For a list of accredited tree care professionals in NH, visit the Tree Care Industry Association.
If a questionable tree is on town property, contact your town officials and they may remove the tree. Feb 15, The same is true in reverse: If a tree on your property falls in your neighbor’s yard, your neighbor should contact his or her insurance company to determine what type of coverage is available for damage or cleanup in their yard. Get Eriesense in your inboxEstimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Oct 29, That's right, even if the tree is rooted in your neighbor's yard, if it crashes onto your property, it's your problem.
An exception to this, attorney Steve Goldman with The Goldman Firm said, is Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Before you can determine who is liable for damage caused by a falling tree or branch, you need to know who actually owns the tree. If the trunk of the tree is on your property, you own it. If the trunk of the tree on your neighbors' property, they own it, no matter how much of the canopy overhangs the Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.
Jul 30, If a tree falls down into another’s person’s yard due to natural causes like a storm, the tree owner is wild bush with red berries in fall, Goshen MA liable. The tree owner is responsible, if he’s been warned to take it down and he didn’t. If your neighbor’s trees are a threat to your property – Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Sep 18, If the tree fell due to nature, it’s almost always the case that the neighbor’s insurance company takes over and handles everything. For instance, it’s not your responsibility if the tree fell due to a hurricane, tornado, winter storm or wind storm.
The reason for this is that you didn’t intentionally cause the tree to fall over. Yes, the tree was rooted on your property, but nature is at fault and your neighbor’s insurance policy should cover it under the. Sep 12, If the trunk of a tree is located in your neighbor’s yard, but branches extend onto your property, the neighbor is the legal owner of the tree. That means you can’t cut it down, but you do have the.
If the tree encroaches onto the neighbor's property, the neighbor may sue to make the owner cut the branches, even if no damage has been done. If the invading roots or branches cause serious harm to the neighbor's property or threaten to do so, the neighbor may sue.