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Purpose. On Aug. 8,the City of Port St. Lucie City Council adopted a Tree Protection and Preservation Ordinance that provides for the protection of mature trees with a diameter at breast height (D.B.H.) of 12 inches or greater and native palm trees with a minimum clear trunk of ten (10) feet or greater on public or private property.

Platted single-family lots are exempt from the tree. 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.

See what separates us from the competition with a personalized home insurance treecutting.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins. The rules for liability when a neighbor's tree falls on your property may depend on the unique details of the situation.

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A common outcome is that the homeowner pays for the damage and removal. Homeowners insurance may cover a tree that fell into your yard from a wind storm. Check your local laws and insurance policy to find out. Sep 27, I have a vacant lot in Port St. Lucie, FL. My neighbor claimed the trees from my lot is enroaching their side and damaged their fence.

He wants us to pay the repair fee and trim the trees 4 feet away from their fence. We went to check and didn't find fence damage but we trimmed the tree. Sep 12, A neighbor’s tree branches encroaching on your yard can allow leaves and acorns to litter your lawn and clog your gutters.

The neighbor isn’t responsible for fallen leaves Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Dec 16, If a healthy tree on your property falls and damages a structure, your homeowners insurance will likely pay to repair or replace the structure and remove tree debris. If a neighbor’s tree falls and causes damage on your property, you may still file a claim on your homeowners insurance policy.

However, your insurance company may try to recover the costs from your neighbor’s insurance if there is evidence that the tree.

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 property.

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