Sorry but your homeowners policy will most likely have to pay for the damages on your property. I assume that the tree fell due to a storm and that it was a live tree when it fell. This is an act of God and is not covered unless it was caused by your neighbor's negligence. If it was a dead tree that you had notified your neighbor needed to be removed and he didn't do it or if it was obviously dead and in his front yard where he had to see it every day he may have been negligent and his policy or he personally may have to pay. Otherwise your policy will pay for your damage and his policy will pay for damage on his property.
Primarly so the Arlington County Cops can see if you paid your personal property tax. If I remember correctly, County Car Stickers are only enforceable by either Local or County Police or the Sheriff in the county where you are liable for the Personal Property Tax, though this can be enforced anywhere in Virginia by the Virginia State Police.
In a communtiy property state, yes.
Northwest of Virginia, neighbors include Maryland, Kentucky, Ohio and Pennsylvania
Ask someone in Virginia
The At-Fault motorist (via their insurance) is liable for damage to property.
Property leased from the state for aquaculture.
In almost every state, the answer is "NO".
A slave- in ANY state- was considered property. Property does not have rights.
Virginia is the only state, in your case, that is liable for benefits to you. However, if you contact your local Ohio's state employment security office, or its equivalent, they can assist in getting you your benefits.
It does not matter what state your in. No one is liable for an act of nature. Your neighbor is responsible for the portion on their property and you are responsible for the portion on your own property.
No, Kentucky is not a community property state.
No. The only exception would be a married couple residing in a community property state.