Can I Cut down My Neighbours Trees?


You can not cut down your neighbours tree. This is because there is no authority that permits a neighbour to cut down another neighbour's tree. Trees that grow in a garden belong to the owner of the garden.
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Cutting down a tree is fairly easy, you need a chainsaw. Cut a 70% or more knotch into the tree on one side and a direct line into the tree on the other side, this will allow the
1. Use an orchard ladder to reach the uppermost branches. (An orchard ladder is a long ladder with one supporting leg; the narrow profile of this type of ladder makes it easy to place
To cut down a tree use a chainsaw or hand saw to cut through the tree from one end to the other. Make sure to plan which way the tree will fall to avoid damage.
ino im only 16, but my dad had something very similar happen to him, well seeing as it's on your land, can't you contact your lawyer or council or something, did they tresspass on
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