At some point, most people will have a disagreement with a neighbor. For residents of rural Montana, land and home are things of great personal value and pride. As a property owner, you want to be able to enjoy your property the best you can, and sometimes, your neighbors may impinge on your ability to do so.
A Californian resident in 2002 had one such experience. One day, he found that his neighbor had planted a line of trees that perfectly obstructed his mountain view. Naturally he felt that his neighbor shouldn’t be able to do this. But did he have any way to prevent this from happening?