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At least 45 days in advance of a non-emergency effort to prune or remove a shade or ornamental tree, notice is provided to the landowner.
There are countless court cases between neighbors who live within a one-acre distance of each other and who have trees on their properties. Some people argue that the tree on their neighbor's property is a nuisance to their property as a whole, or that it obstructs of one of the buildings on their property.
In some cases, unruly neighbors take these matters into their own hands and cut their neighbor's trees Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Feb 28, New Hampshire law allows you to prune back a neighbor's tree to the property line at your own expense.
However, there are a few things to consider before you get out the chain saw: If you seriously injure or kill the tree, you can be held liable for damages, no less than three or more than 10 times the market value of the shrubhauling.barted Reading Time: 5 mins.
In the February issue of New Hampshire Town and City, we discussed the law of tree maintenance and the challenges presented to municipal officials attempting to keep roadsides safe and properly shrubhauling.bar that time, the issue has been visited by both the legislature and the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
This article updates our earlier advice on the issue. Nov 05, By law, you have the right to trim branches and limbs that extend past the property line.
In those municipalities that have erected their own fire alarm or data cables to connect municipal facilities or schools, their own infrastructure can be brought down by such trees.
However, the law only allows tree trimming and tree cutting up to the property line. You may not go onto the neighbor's property or destroy the tree. If you do harm the tree, you could be found liable for up to three times the value of the shrubhauling.barted Reading Time: 6 mins.