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Hi thank you for your message, if the tree is a threat to your property or is overhanging your boundary then you have two possible options one would you cut back the tree to the extent it overhangs your boundary. The other option si to bring legal action for the damage to your property such as the car. If you wish to bring an application you can apply for an injunction you can consider doing so on the grounds of trespass and nuisance. If you wish to seek an injunction you should consider using form N16A rather than form N1.http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/HMCTS/GetForm.do?court_forms_id=402
If you get an injunction then this can include an order to the council to maintain the tree and cut back the tree so it is no longer trespassing on your boundary or affecting your property.
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Use form N16A, to make a claim fill this in and send it to your nearest county court. They will contact you regarding a hearing and any other directions.
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