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Neighbourhood Tree Disputes

Neighbourhood Tree Disputes

By Property and Environmental Law Section

Real Property 


The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has made a submission to the Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC) regarding neighbourhood tree disputes.

The LIV acknowledges that neighbourhood tree disputes occur with relative frequency and often affect an individual's right to quiet enjoyment of their land, which can have a significant impact on their livelihood. Such disputes may be complex, protracted, expensive, stressful,and acrimonious. This submission addresses these issues and provides feedback on the ways in which neighbourhood tree disputes are handed in Victoria.

Read the submission here (PDF).

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