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You're entitled to cut back any branches and the trunk if they together overlap into your boundary/airspace.
It doesn't matter what is in the land registry about this, unless you consent to the tree/branches etc. coming into your property, then cannot. And you're entitled to take steps to have them removed.
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Thanks for your wonderful service, but just a quick supplementary...
Yes, of course.
Thanks for your wonderful service but just a quick supplementary. Can I return the removed items to the person who put them there or must I have the unwanted job of disposing of them ??
No, you can (and in fact, should) return the unwanted items to your neighbour. This avoids any suggestion of theft then. So, what you're just doing is abating the trespass.
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