Who owns a tree on a property line?

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Who owns a tree on a property line is different in every state and county. It is best if the neighbors can agree on what should be done. If not ,talk to a lawyer before you do anything.
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The ownership of a tree on a property line will depend on several factors. For instance, if it was planted by one of the current property owners then it is still owned by that person - regardless of the fact it's on the property line. If the planter is unknown, the tree typically belongs to whomever has more of the tree on their property.
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The location of the tree trunk determines ownership. If a tree trunk stands solely on one property, that individual owns the tree. However, if the tree trunk is on both properties
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Usually, people who ask this question really want the answer to a different question - can I trim a tree that encroaches into my land, can my neighbor cut down a tree that is on our
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> Is the hunter trespassing if they cross the fence to drag the deer back over? Yes, they are - if you have it posted. > I'm not a hunter, nor do i have a problem with the sport
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That strip of land belongs to your local authority or the highway dept.eg. city, village, county, state etc) It belongs to them and is a "right of way" for road widening
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