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  •  Knowing your Property Lines

It is good to know where the property lines are before cutting any trees down or changing anything with your property. If you don’t, you might cut a tree in your neighbor’s property, then there could be legal issues. If this does happen look up timber trespass law to find out more information.

You can find your property lines on your deed. If you do not have your deed, then you will have to go to your local city assessor’s office or county record’s office. There are places you can check online but some are still old school and only have the information on paper at their office; it would be best to just go to the local city assessor’s office or county record’s office and get a copy of the deed.

If you hired a forester, they should know how to read your property line information on your deed but for it to be legally acceptable they have to have a certification in surveying. If you are doing this by yourself, you should hire a professional surveyor to help you map out your property lines.


Photo by: Howard F. Schwartz ,Colorado State University

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