Often asked: How To Kill Shrubs And Bushes Gtowing Over My Neighbor Onto Our Property?
- 1 Can I cut neighbors overhanging bushes?
- 2 How do I kill my neighbors plants?
- 3 How can I stop my Neighbours plant growing over the fence?
- 4 Who is responsible for cutting overhanging bushes?
- 5 Can I throw my Neighbours branches back?
- 6 Can my Neighbour cut my tree without asking?
- 7 Why do copper nails kill trees?
- 8 Can my Neighbour grow plants up my fence?
- 9 What can I do if my Neighbours garden is overgrown?
- 10 Can a Neighbour come into my garden?
- 11 What to do if a Neighbours tree is affecting you?
- 12 Can you force a Neighbour to cut down a tree?
- 13 Is it illegal to cut down trees on your own property?
- 14 What can you do if your neighbors damage your property?
Can I cut neighbors overhanging bushes?
If limbs or branches from your neighbor’s trees extend into your property line, you are legally allowed to trim the areas hanging over your property. When trimming them, however, you must stay on your own property. If you harm the tree, you could be found liable for up to three times the value of the tree.
How do I kill my neighbors plants?
Both salt and vinegar effectively kill off plants. Salt dehydrates plants when water is added, causing them to die. Vinegar, when mixed with water, can be sprayed onto plants and around the soil to soak into the roots.
How can I stop my Neighbours plant growing over the fence?
Breakdown Of the Issue
- Speak with your neighbour and explain about the plants or trees encroaching over your fence.
- Explain you will be cutting it back to the fence line and returning the waste ETC.
- Work together on removing and disposing of the waste.
- Try and come to a verbal agreement.
Who is responsible for cutting overhanging bushes?
Even if the tree trunk is on your neighbor’s property, you have the responsibility for cutting any branches that extend onto your property line. You are responsible for the cost of cutting any branches you choose to trim. You can cut back anything up to your property line.
Can I throw my Neighbours branches back?
Under common law, a person may cut back any branch (or root) from a neighbour’s tree that overhangs or encroaches onto their property. any branches, fruit or roots that are removed must be carefully returned to the tree owner unless they agree otherwise. all work must be carried out carefully.
Can my Neighbour cut my tree without asking?
In law you are entitled to cut off any branches overhanging your property provided you return them to the owners. Entering someone’s property, without permission, to cut a tree would undoubtedly be illegal. You may need to take matters to court.
Why do copper nails kill trees?
Copper nails will kill a tree slowly The longer a nail is, the deeper it will penetrate the tree. As a result, there will be a higher chance of killing it. If you want quick results, you can hammer multiple nails around the tree, forming a ring. This will lead to a higher concentration of copper.
Can my Neighbour grow plants up my fence?
This means that if you erect a fence in your garden, your neighbour must ask for permission before painting or staining their side of it. Similarly, they may not grow trailing plants up it or any similar activity which may cause it damage.
What can I do if my Neighbours garden is overgrown?
If weeds or brambles and the like in a neighbour’s garden are causing problems on your side of the property boundary, it can amount to a nuisance which you can report to the Environmental Health Department of your local council who can pursue legal action. More information can be found in the Weeds Act 1959.
Can a Neighbour come into my garden?
Generally speaking, your neighbour should not go onto your land without your permission. There are some situations where they may be able to access your land in order to complete repairs to their property, and their right to do this may be set out in the title deeds for the home.
What to do if a Neighbours tree is affecting you?
If you have a neighbour’s tree hanging over your land, you can:
- exercise the common law right of abatement—your right to remove overhanging branches and roots to your boundary line.
- decide whether to return the lopped branches, roots or fruit to your neighbour, or dispose of them yourself.
Can you force a Neighbour to cut down a tree?
What legal position do I have? You cannot force your neighbour to remove overhanging branches or fallen leaves on your property. However if these cause excessive damage, you can sue them for the cost of repair.
Is it illegal to cut down trees on your own property?
With few exceptions, most cities and counties require that you obtain a permit to remove a tree on your own property. You must apply for the permit and pay a fee to determine whether you will be allowed to remove the tree. However, dead trees typically can be removed without a permit.
What can you do if your neighbors damage your property?
Inform Your Neighbor About the Damage They Caused Be calm but assertive when talking to your neighbor—you want to be friendly but not too lenient. Inform your neighbor that the damage occurred. Take your neighbor to the damaged area. Start negotiating on the compensation you seek.