We own land in New Hampshire that surrounds a small parcel that has a lake cabin on it. The cabin;/small parcel owner said there are several large trees located on our property that are endangering his house and garage. Can we just give him written permission to take those trees down (and any others that may be endangering his structures or property) at his own expense or are we financially responsible for the expense of taking down any trees he designates as a hazard.
Thank you for your help.
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The ordinances are a matter of public record in Freedom. To check on the details of these code requirements, contact the local administrator for Freedom. http://www.freedomnh.info/codes/
Before doing that, though, familiarize yourself with each of the zoning codes, permit rules/process and compliance requirements for Freedom by clicking the link above.
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