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I would suggest that you ask your neighbour to trim back any branches overhanging on to your side of the boundary. If they do not do so, you may trim them yourself and give the cuttings back to your neighbour as the cuttings belong to them.
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There is no set distance as to how far the branches need to be away from your property, the law says that any branches encroaching on your land should be removed from your land if you want them to be removed. If your neighbour refuses to act, you may complain to your local council or go to court for an order against them. They would be liable for any damage to your property caused by their tree.
I hope this clarifies.
I have just seen your negative rating, I hope my clarification helps and that you will change your rating. Thank you
Yes they will and need to be trimmed back by your neighbour.
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