You can trim branches or roots that cross into your property from a neighbour’s property or a public road. You can only trim up to the property boundary. If you do more than this, your neighbour. Jun 03, Trees of certain heights are protected and first need a permit from the city before you can trim. In most states it is up to your neighbor to dispose of the tree that was over your property, but for the sake of keeping things civil, I suggest you dispose of it yourself.
Mar 19, Yes, he does. As long as he cuts only the parts of the tree that goes over to his own side of the fence, he can do so without having to ask for your permission. But there’s a catch. An individual is only allowed to trim a neighbor’s tree up to the property line.
He may not enter the neighbor’s property to trim or destroy the tree. Apr 09, One of my neighbors has an invasive grapevine that is coming over our fence and threatening our dogwood tree and other bushes.
He refuses to let us come over our fence (which is 1 foot from his property line to cut down the grapevine. Dec 06, My neighbor who owns a house behind my house cut tree and bushes on my property. This is the 2nd time this has happened. He cut down one of our trees in 05/ while we were not at home.
It was reported to Police and he promised us not to come back to our property again. He owned two lots and recently sold one of the lots to his cousin.
can i trim my neighbors bushes