Advice for managing neighbor's vines growing into in my tree
I have a mature tree (not an Oak) whose branches are overhanging my neighbor's yard. The tree trunk in on my side of the fence, so it is not a shared tree. The neighbor has a vigorous climbing vine is growing into the branches of my tree. I am concerned about the long term health of my tree with the vines growing into it. For clarity, I am not asking about his right to prune the branches of my tree which overhang his yard, I am already aware of that. Ideally one would approach one's neighbor and have a reasonable conversation about these concerns. We have a history of disagreement about property line issues, so I am seeking to understand the rights we each have in this particular situation prior to initiating such a conversation. My question is: Do I have the right to prune the neighbor's vines out of my tree branches if I am concerned they are endangering the health of my tree? This could be done from my property with a pole trimmer, without going into their yard, but would result in me removing his vines from my tree branches. Or, since the branches overhang the neighbor's yard, is the right theirs to grow vines into my tree branches?