Neighbour's trees are growing very close to my compund wall Neighbour's trees are growing very close to my compund wall

My neighbour's trees are growing very close to my compund wall and even growing into my space.
These are big trees like Mango, coconut. The person has kept sufficient space from his building for these trees, knowing very well that roots of the tree can damage the wall. I have requested the person to cut those trees completely as they are not only affecting my area but also can damage my compund wall. But he is not responding at all to my grievance.

What I need to do in this case. (Note:- My residential area is not a municipalty area).

Anik

Responded 3 weeks ago

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A.Dear Client, You can file a suit for removal of the trees under the law of nuisance before the civil court of law as this is the private nuisance for you if only you want to take action. In fact, if you all can come together then you all can file a police complaint for public nuisance and then police will take care of it.
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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 1 month ago

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A.Dear Sir,
You can go to Police Station and lodge a complaint and also go to local authority office that is Municipality etc.
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Replied 1 month ago

Dear Sir,
Thanks a lot for your advice.
Regarding local authority :- Our area/locality is not a Municipality area. So, which local office has the authority to address these kind of problems created by a neighbour.

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