Hello, thank you for the question.
I am a UK qualified lawyer and happy to help.
Due to the fact you have evidence from the tree surgeon that the tress in question is dead / a likely risk, you can demand the owner removes it at their cost. This should be within a period of 14-21 days so that they can make the necessary arrangements. I would write to them to request this and to say if the tree remains in situ after that period, you will have to apply to the local county court for an order for removal of the tree (an injunction to force them to remove it). The legal basis would be due to the fact the tree is a risk of falling and therefore a statutory nuisance, which needs to be resolved.
If the owner does nothing, the procedure would be to complete form N16A (attached) then send to your local county court in Fleet with a fee of £150 payable to HMCTS (or you can pay in person at the court counter). The court will list a hearing where you attend and ask the district judge for the appropriate order. The judge will want to see the tree surgeon's evidence and if possible photographs of the tree and the area at risk. If the judge grants the order, a copy is served on the owner who has a short time to remove the tree. If they fail to do this, they would be in contempt of court and possibly sent to prison.
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