Date of publication: 2017-08-25 16:28
The certified arborists at SavATree are experienced tree doctors who diagnose and treat blight for many types of trees, including pine tree varieties, elm tree varieties, dogwood tree varieties, maple tree varieties, cherry tree varieties, apple trees, ash trees, willow trees and many others. Below are some of the most common types of tree blight.
You could also try bringing up the matter with your homeowners association, if you have one, as it may possess authority to take action against your neighbor or perhaps remove the trees for you.
In 6995, an appeals court in Dallas issued an opinion in a case involving a healthy 65-year-old tree where a huge limb fell onto a neighbor's chimney and roof during a severe storm, causing substantial damage.
A: Most of the tree cases in Texas involve trees as boundary markers or the harvesting of trees off a neighbor's property. There are also a few easement cases and some nuisance cases. In the easement cases, utility companies are generally allowed to cut branches and trees as reasonably necessary to have full use of their easements, but they can't cut down trees outside their easements.
Importantly, you may live in a community with a deed restriction or in a city with an ordinance that requires you to share in the cost of the repairs. So before you refuse to pay his bill, you may want to make sure you're not obligated to pay half.
Your landlord must think the damage to the affected apartments is so substantial that in order to repair them, he must repair the other apartments as well. If all of the apartments use the same electrical, sewer, phone, cable and gas lines, and if these systems need to be repaired or replaced, it would seem your landlord would be justified in his actions.
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