Unfortunately, trees can bring disharmony to neighbors when branches or roots encroach over or on the land of another or interfere with views. There are no statutes in Arizona that address tree encroachments; however, there is “common law” in Arizona and every other state that does. Common law comes from trial court cases Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Jul 29, One neighbor asked the other to remove the tree (which probably would have cost 3, to 5,) because of the structural damage being caused by the roots.
Well, things didn’t work out as planned and it wound up in the Virginia Supreme Court and eventually the tree was cut down. A perfect Virginia shade tree just in the wrong place. Feb 22, Under Arizona law, unlike California law, the neighbor owning the trees is generally not required to reimburse the neighboring homeowner for the cost of trimming the overhanging branches. Therefore, your neighboring homeowner should have to pay for the cost to trim your pine shrubdelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 1 min.
Dec 01, In Arizona, you can trim the branches of a neighbor's tree that hang over your property line as long as you do not kill the tree. Arizona has one unusual twist on this rule: the neighbor owning the trees is generally not required to reimburse the neighboring homeowner for the cost of trimming the overhanging branches.
Arizona Tree Damage Laws. In Arizona, if someone damages your tree, you can recover your actual damages (usually, what you paid for the tree or what it would cost to replace the tree). (To learn what you must prove in order to get actual damages, see Nolo's article When a Neighbor Damages or Destroys Your Tree.) In some states, specific laws Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
Mar 25, Patel, Patel (the neighbor) hired a contractor to remove the roots from the large Monterey pine his neighbor (Booska) owned. Patel claimed the roots had started to damage concrete around his property. The contractor dug a 3′ trench along the property line, effectively severing a significant portion of roots needed to survive. Nov 02, In addition, if your neighbor gives you a warning about a tree or portion of a tree that they feel is a hazard or files a complaint with the town about a tree on your property that they believe to be a hazard, if you do nothing to address this concern and any portion of the tree falls on the neighbor’s property, you may be liable for any.