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Urban Tree Clearing

02 November, 2018

This factsheet provides advice about what urban trees are protected by laws, what tree clearing can occur legally and what to do if you suspect illegal tree clearing is occurring.

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This factsheet is for general information purposes only, it is not legal advice. Important legal details have been omitted to provide a brief overview of this area of the law. If you require legal advice relating to your particular circumstances contact EDO or your solicitor. © EDO Qld Current as at October 2018.

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