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Leasing land to hunters

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#81 Diesel1

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Posted March 24 2016 - 05:54 AM

For those interested in more details on the property. It is about 100 acres. It is located two miles or so out of Liberty, NY. Mostly trees. There is a two acre pond where the deer often come to drink. There are two houses on the property but they are only occupied in the summer.
Some of the posts stress liability issues. I would need to know how to protect myself.


No sure of the operation legal way to cya, but I would sign a waiver as a hunter.

Speak to a lawyer first. I am inclined to believe that if you receive compensation, the liability changes slightly vs allowing people to hunt and having them sign a waiver.



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#82 boosti

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Posted March 24 2016 - 08:08 AM

For those interested in more details on the property. It is about 100 acres. It is located two miles or so out of Liberty, NY. Mostly trees. There is a two acre pond where the deer often come to drink. There are two houses on the property but they are only occupied in the summer.
Some of the posts stress liability issues. I would need to know how to protect myself.

An attorney would draw up a general release that would be signed and notorized by each member on the lease. A survey with posted signs to prevent any doubt caused by a local or neighboring hunting club. Many people are interested in finding a place to hunt. Liberty is a 2 hour drive from the GWB.

#83 Steve936

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Posted March 24 2016 - 08:14 AM

Anything with a structure/house on it will be more expensive compared to bare land.





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