2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 688 — Branches or roots of trees, bushes, or plants on neighboring property.
Art. 688. Branches or roots of trees, bushes, or plants on neighboring property.
A landowner has the right to demand that the branches or roots of a neighbor's trees, bushes, or plants, that extend over or into his property be trimmed at the expense of the neighbor.
A landowner does not have this right if the roots or branches do not interfere with the enjoyment of his property.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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