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Can you first tell me, when you say bamboo, are you referring to a live plant that is growing into your garden or a bamboo fence that is being displaced into your grden?
Thanks very much for that Norma.
Under English law, you are legally entitled to cut back this sort of vegetation, both roots and branches, to the extent that it encroaches upon your land. Although it may sound strange, once you have done this you must return the cut vegetation to your neighbour.
When cutting the bamboo back, just be careful not to exceed the boundary line as this can be deemed trespass on you part (and possibly criminal damage).
However, so long as you only cut back to the boundary line, such action is entirely lawful.
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