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By Zinfandel - / Saturday 7 August 2010 06:04 / United States
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  dobiesFTW  |  1

too bad you're not in Louisiana. Napoleonic code states that if a tree falls on a house, it's the homeowner's responsibility; regardless if its the neighbor's tree or not. I know from experience.

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  skroal  |  7

YDI for deciding to clear up some storm damage. You carefully cut a tree that was threatening to fall on your house. It fell on your neighbor's house instead. He's taking you to court for damages.

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  lky830  |  0

no you don't, 43. you hire a contractor to do it, so if the tree falls on your neighbours house, the contractor gets taken to court, and not you

By  Silenthunter  |  0

Just say it was an act of God, even if it's your tree he can't sue you if nature did it.

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  Octwo  |  16

Here you're liable if a tree on your property falls and causes damage to another person's property, regardless if it fell of its own volition or not.

By  Ashle1gh  |  14

You're selfish for not letting the tree fall on your house. Screw you OP, think of others for once.

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  guitar78_fml  |  3

It is not really obvious that you were actually kidding. Some people are serious when they say something like that.. Can't blame her for not noticing. - peace -

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  J_Jay98  |  21

I thought that was funny. Some people just don't understand sarcasm. If you lay it on thick enough it should be clear even through the Internet... Sorry if I upset anyone...

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