2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 687 — Trees, bushes, and plants on the boundary.
Art. 687. Trees, bushes, and plants on the boundary.
Trees, bushes, and plants on the boundary are presumed to be common unless there be proof to the contrary.
An adjoining owner has the right to demand the removal of trees, bushes, or plants on the boundary that interfere with the enjoyment of his estate, but he must bear the expense of removal.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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