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A person took it upon himself to cut some tall trees down on

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A person took it upon himself to cut some tall trees down on the boundary between my property and his ? He has made a right mess of them, he trespassed on my land to do this and he has left a lot the tree branches and cuttings stacked up all around the garden and has made a mess of the lawn, when I talked to him about removing the branches etc. his reply was " i think I've done well moving what I have" How done I stand with this,
Did he trespass, has he committed criminal damage, has he committed fly tipping ?

Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you.

Does he accept he came onto your land and cut down your trees?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
he can not deny this as witnesses saw him and another person with all his tools on our land

Ok. So if he left the branches it is fly tipping and if they are your trees yes it is criminal damage and trespass.

You could report this to the police who could prosecute for tresspsss, criminal damage and fly tipping. But they may try and say it's a civil matter.

Do not get fobbed off, it's a criminal offence.

Can I clairfy anything for you about this today please?

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