Also I am 67 years old and have to maintain my lawn on my own.
Aug 11, A Tree Limb Fell on Our Neighbor’s Property: Here’s What Happened Next August 11th, by. Malone Walker. This is a personal account of what one might do when a large piece of a tree falls into a neighbor’s backyard.
For a more professional account, you can read this article about fallen tree removal. If the trunk of the tree on your neighbors' property, they own it, no matter how much of the canopy overhangs the property line.
If the trunk of the tree is directly on the property line (a"boundary tree"), both you and your neighbors jointly own the tree. (See articles on Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Jul 13, If your tree falls onto a neighbor's property, it might not make a sound, but you may be liable. Trees can fall for any number of different reasons: construction, heavy storms, and even just the natural end of a tree's life.
But in each of these situations where your tree topples onto your neighbor's property, when are you liable?Estimated 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.
What about trees causing dangerous conditions, such as broken limbs or cracked tree trunks?
An exception to this, attorney Steve Goldman with The. Nov 02, If leaves, acorns, twigs or other debris from a neighbor’s tree falls onto your property, you are responsible for cleaning this debris up. Even though the tree trunk is on your neighbor’s property, anything from the tree that falls onto your property is your responsibility. These items are not considered damage.