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You are allowed to cut shrubs/branches from your neighbour's tree those are intruding into your boundary.
However, you can not lean over to your neighbour's boundary to cut the branches, as it would be deemed as trespass and causing criminal damage to their property.
Once cut , you should offer to return the branch/any flower/fruit to their rightful owner/ to your neighbour.
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