How much you have to pay per tree if you cut neighbors tree?

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vidio this tree and take to your next city council meeting

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Opals aren't cut, they're ground and polished. But yes, if there is someone in your area that cuts, grinds and polished gemstones, you can certainly pay them to prepare the opals. If there's a good rock shop in your area, ask them to recommend someone. Or they may provide that service themselves.

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Answered: Cutting a neigbors tree

Hi Seedy, I would contact your local code inforcment board and ask them. They would be able to give you the correct answer in a minute! Good luck.

Answered: Tree falls during a storm on neighbors house

what ever side the tree is growing from is responsable,this person can have it removed without fearof being sued because the tree belongs to him or her.

Answered: House in yard in back of me has a dangerous leaning tree who can i call

Call the county office or the township. They can send someone out and estimate the cost and who will be responsible for paying for the removal.
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