New York  |  Landlord & Tenant Law

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Asked on: 5/28/10, 6:26 am

I live in an apartment in NYC. There is a tree on the neighbouring property that is completely overgrown and branches are now literally pushing up against my windows. Not only is this a nuisance because it restricts light and view, it is also letting insects into the apartment whenever I open the window. I've notified my landlord but my request has been ignored. Is there anything I can do to force either the landlord or the owner of the tree to trim these branches?

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