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Gee......I wonder if this is going to 'Barber-Chair' ??

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I know, off topic, but you mentioned it was not your property. Is it acceptable behavior to remove potentially damaging trees even if they are not on your property?

I have a vacant lot to the west of me. There is a dead elm leaning into a live maple over my fence. The absentee property owner is un responsive.

Can I drop that dead elm and maple without issue? The only issue will be damage to my privacy fence. ( I'll remove the panels 1st obviously.
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