Look at your neighborhood or condominium covenants, if you have those, to determine if there is something in that document that assigns responsibility. Generally, all homeowners share responsibility equally as the homeowners association for common area premises issues, but check to see if you have other documents that have made it your responsibility.
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Look at your HOA nylaws, rules, and declarations. Also ask the person in your HOA to show you what document states it is the owner where the tree is in front of the condo who is responsible.
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