2 thoughts on “My Tree Fell on My Neighbor’s House”

  1. Great website and blog! Here in South Mississippi we also have large live oaks, but many more per acre; we protect them by city ordinance, as well as magnolia, cypress, sycamore (?) and redcedar (???). It is my job to enforce and interpret that ordinance for our 18,000 residents and assist developers/builders in their compliance. Yes, the mini skid-steer is a very valuable employee; we used one in Charlotte, NC before I took this position and it proved to be instrumental to our bottom line. The right machine is everything, though. We found the Vermeer to be much easier to operate and maintain. Forget the Boxer; too sketchy in operation. The Thomas machine was the beginning of the revolution, but the Vermeer has improved the concept dramatically. Keep up the good work!

  2. Katy area,-Houston
    Six inches of the trunk of my neighbor’s mature Pin Oak tree, obviously planted on his property long before either of us purchased our properties, has grown over into my yard. Who owns the tree when 90% of the trunk is on his property & 5% on mine?

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