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    neighbours fallen tree in my garden
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    • 13th Aug 12, 9:58 AM
    neighbours fallen tree in my garden 13th Aug 12 at 9:58 AM
    Hi

    A large part of my neighbours tree has fallen in my garden. Their garden is totally unaffected.
    It`s massive, and is going to take a lot of work, and perhaps cost to clear if I can`t manage it.
    What responsibility do they have?
    (In other respects they have proved unwilling to share costs of pruning a large hedge on our shared boundary, so I`m not hopeful of a contribution)
    Will I end up having to pay, and can I return all the wood to them? In respect of returning wood I have seen conflicting advice about that, with some people saying I have no right to `give it back`
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