Hey buzzers, I'm a Certified Arborist looking for recommendations from fellow professionals. I left the industry in 2010 when I entered the military, but maintained my certifications and still climb periodically. I'm stationed in NC and renting a home and there is a pine on an adjacent property that now leans toward the house I rent. After delaying for 2.5 months, the rental agency managing the property that the pine is located on informed me that the home owner has declined to remove the tree. Please give me any recommendations as you would move forward if you were in my position. Moving isn't really an option, as the rental market dried up with all the homes damaged. Marines moving into the area are being told to leave their family's behind in the near term. I'm currently drafting a letter to send certified mail informing the owner and management company of the hazard, so they can't claim it an "Act of God" if it falls now. I may also include some cases where the homeowner was held liable in similar instances. Thanks in advance for any ideas you can give me.