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Under the Occupiers Liability Act 1954 / 1980, it states that anyone who owns or manages land where trees are present, has a legal duty of care to ensure that all trees are in a safe condition so that any foreseeable damage does not occur. A tree survey and subsequently written report will notify the land owner of any defects within trees that may cause harm to anyone on your land, and provide suitable remedial recommendations.

Commercial premises have an extended obligation under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to carry out regular tree surveys so that trees do not cause foreseeable damage to persons using their land.

Under the Occupiers Liability Act 1954 / 1980, it states that anyone who owns or manages land where trees are present, has a legal duty of care to ensure that all trees are in a safe condition so that any foreseeable damage does not occur. A tree survey and subsequently written report will notify the land owner of any defects within trees that may cause harm to anyone on your land, and provide suitable remedial recommendations.

Commercial premises have an extended obligation under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to carry out regular tree surveys so that trees do not cause foreseeable damage to persons using their land.

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