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I appreciate what you are saying about your privacy.
unfortunately, your screen of privacy from your tree stops t your boundary.
Your neighbour has a legal right to cur back any overhanging branches that cross onto his property. He is only allowed to cut them back to the boundary and no further. To rub salt into the wound, He must then actually offer to give you the branches back, as they are still your property.
His right to protect his property overrides your right of privacy from the tree.
Like you, I always use tree surgeons to trim my trees. unfortunately he does not need to.
However if he cuts back past the boarder or causes any damage he will br liable for the damage.
Unfortunately not, but you would take action against the neighbour. If damaged caused by a third party
You could either claim on your insurance policy or sue next door.
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