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so the criteria is weather or not the court agrees to their argument that it is a legal nuisance? What is the definition of a legal nuisance and what sort of proof of this do they require for the court to feel satisfied of this?
the trees in question are over 20 meters from their home. what info do I need to fight this?
They also serve as a selter belt to me from the prevailing southerly winds. is this a good argument against?
The tree is probably 40 or 50 foot. and it does shade them in winter mostly.
What demands of proof should I ask for? a model of sun angles through the year to show different shade patterns?
What about native bird life?
Would it be reasonable to ask them to buy the trees from me so I get some sort of monetary compensation so I can re-landscape?
If it is ordered to cut the trees down, who gets the wood?
if they pay for the felling?
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