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And even then, it will just crawl up the back.

Mar 25, “My neighbor’s tree has branches crossing over my fence.

What I would do I'd dig a narrow trench down your side of the fence.

Can you cut them back to their side? And while you’re at it, can you cut all the roots that are in my lawn?” If I had a dime for every time someone asked me that question, I’d be the better looking version of Bill Gates.5/5.

Jun 02, You are not allowed to cut or trim in anyway that will harm any plant growing on their side of the fence, even weeds without incurring major ramifications. If your neighbors got huffy they would hold the upper hand. Mar 27, You are legally entitled to trim the branches that encroach onto your property.

However, unless the neighbor agrees to pay for this work, he or she is not obligated to pay for your labor costs. Also, you are not permitted to throw the clippings over onto your neighbor's property. Aug 23, Neighbors Trees and Bushes at Property Lines. One of the most common points of dispute between neighbors comes from the growth of trees, shrubbery, and bushes. The planting of an acorn five feet from a property border may be meaningless in the life of the planter.

However, as that tree grows several problems often arise. Mar 13, Can i cut down the neighbors hedges that has grown over(the fence) into my yard and throw them into his yard.

If the surveyor deems the fence to be standing on your property then you will automatically own that fence.

i'have asked him to trim them so they won't grow over the fence but he refuses. I use to trim them and haul everything away myself, but i feel i shouldn't have to since the hedges aren't mine. i tried working with him but it is getting. Aug 26, My neighbors tree is damaging my fence. The roots have grown under the fence and have pushed the fence over. The branches of the tree have grown against the back of the fence and I can't have the fence repaired without the neighbor removing or trimming the tree first.

I am not on speaking terms. My fence is fairly old and I might want to replace it in the next few years. She has put the shed only 3 cms from my fence posts (which are on her side) and 7cm from the fence itself. There is no way anyone can get behind it to maintain my fence, and she is also unable to ever maintain her own shed. It seems a deliberate harmful act.