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It doesn’t seem right to me, but we have cleared plenty of trees that have shat themselves and fallen out of the owners boundary.

The insurer of the property that has been mullered has had to foot the bill.

I think if the tree was clearly dangerous and no action had been taken said insurers may well pursue it.

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It's Duty of Care / Occupiers Liability Act  stuff - If I put up a 10m wooden pole in my garden an it fell on a byestander , guess who is shelling out ? K

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