Your home owners covers damage to your home. His covers his, not yours.
Liability is a different issue.
Bill Marx W2CQ
On 2/4/2012 10:56 AM, Jim Lux wrote:
> On 2/4/12 7:23 AM, Ken wrote:
>> Trees are different than something YOU erect. If I were your neighbor and
>> your tower fell on my property and caused damage, I certainly would expect
>> YOU to pay for the damage. Why should **I** pay for **your** failure?
>> And, as has already been noted, if you have a defective tree and do not take
>> care of it, you can be sued if it causes damage.
> we also have millenia of experience with trees of all shapes and sizes
> in all sorts of extreme weather conditions, so there's a fairly well
> understood basis for estimating "what's reasonable to expect".
> Towers have only been around a short time, there's fewer of them than
> trees, etc. So your local regulators don't have as much to go on from
> a historical experience standpoint, so they rely on engineering
> analysis, usually provided by the person asking for permission.
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