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Jul 19, If you are the one doing the construction and your negligence couases your neighbor damage then the liability most likely “falls” on you. Acts of God such as a lightening strike or heavy storm can send a healthy tree onto yours or your neighbors bushclearance.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Feb 15, The same is true in reverse: If a tree on your property falls in your neighbor’s yard, your neighbor should contact his or her insurance company to determine what type of coverage is available for damage or cleanup in their yard.

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In most cases, neighbors are able to work things out without too much trouble.



Florida Law Florida law puts the responsibility for fallen trees on the homeowner. When trees are close to your property line, then the law determines the owner by looking at the trunk of the tree. If the trunk sits primarily on your property, then you are the owner. Jul 25, If the branches or roots are dead, or a dead tree falls onto the adjoining landowner's property, then the landowner of the property where the tree was originally located may be responsible.

If a live tree falls onto the adjoining landowner's property, then the adjoining landowner is responsible for any damages.



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Oct 29, That's right, even if the tree is rooted in your neighbor's yard, if it crashes onto your property, it's your problem. An exception to this, attorney Steve Goldman with The Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

Oct 02, Under Florida law, the health of the tree determines who is responsible for damages to neighboring property. If a dead tree falls on a neighboring property resulting in damage, the person who owns the property where the trees was originally located is responsible for damages if they were on notice the tree was dead.

In most American states, if your tree or any part of it falls on your neighbors' property and causes damage to their property through no fault of your own (due to a snow storm, winds, hurricane, or other so-called"act of God"), you are not responsible. Your neighbors will have to file a claim with their own property insurer if they want to be.



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