What Really Happened at Pine Street?
Dec 02, Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Real Estate litigation attorney. Thanks for your question. If the electric company has a utility easement across your property, then it would have the right to cut trees, limbs, etc. to run utility lines to customers.
You can try both of them, but when it comes to power lines, trees are pruned to ensure electrical safety and reliability, not aesthetics.
However, if there is no easement, then you could refuse access to your property.4/5(K). Oct 14, The power company trimmed some of my trees away from power lines. I don't like the job they did.
This is where the tree's branches are can i sue the electric company for cutting my trees to Author: Roy Berendsohn. Mar 31, Herb Beattie (shrubpruning.bare AT shrubpruning.bar) sent along a summary of Tuesday night's meeting about the rights property owners have when AEP/PSO (our local electric company) comes onto the property to cut back or remove trees: THINGS HOMEOWNERS SHOULD KNOW WHEN AEP/PSO ENTERS YOUR YARD: The homeowner owns land within easement, Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.