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    ct law regarding tree near property line


    In Connecticut, the law regarding trees near property lines generally states that a tree whose trunk stands entirely on one person’s property belongs to that property owner. However, if the tree's branches or roots extend over the property line, the neighbor has the right to trim them back to the property line, provided they do not harm the tree. Disputes often arise from damage caused by fallen branches or roots, and in such cases, the tree owner might be liable if negligence can be proven. It's always best to discuss concerns with your neighbor before taking any action.

    May 14 2024

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