From Saga Magazine.
‘I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree,’ wrote the American poet Joyce Kilmer. On the downside, he neglected to add that it’s a common enough cause of disputes between neighbours too.
Who owns a tree?
The tree belongs to the person in whose garden it grows.
What about overhanging branches that reach into my land?
If the branches and or roots of a neighbouring tree spread into another property, they still belong to the tree-owner.
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