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Georgia hunting leases have been around for long time. In fact, they have probably been around in one form or another for centuries. In times past, they were less formal and technical, of course. The landowner would simply give his or her permission for you to hunt on the property and that was it. As time went by and lawsuits began to come into the picture, the format of giving permission changed and hence we now have Georgia hunting leases.
If you have been using and enjoying Georgia hunting leases in the past then you already understand the safety measures that you should take before signing one. However, if you are new these documents you may want to spend some time reading this article which will cover a few of the more general issues associated with Georgia hunting leases.
There are many issues that you must keep in mind but the two most important issues that you should understand before signing Georgia hunting leases are that these documents are legal documents and, second, the landowner can insert anything that he or she wants into them.
Under the legal issue, you should know that once you sign the document you are bound by it. This means that you must obey the rules and the restrictions that are contained within it. For example, if the document states that all members of the party will obey the local and state laws governing hunting and you are caught disobeying those rules, then it will be you (and not the landowner) who will be held responsible.
Georgia hunting leases that state that you will be held responsible for any unusual damage to the property or out buildings are equally enforceable in court.
The above paragraph is an example of the second important issue that you need to understand before signing any agreements. You may see, over time, many so-called cookie cutter documents that are pretty basic in nature. But do be aware that a landowner can insert anything that he or she wants into the lease. For this reason, it is imperative that you read the agreement before you sign it.
It is also important that if you have any questions about the agreement that you ask for clarification before signing. Any honest and reputable landowner will be happy to explain anything that you do not understand.
Georgia hunting leases are a great way to use lands that you would otherwise not be able to use, but they do require that you take a few minutes to read through carefully. You should always remember that Georgia hunting leases are legal documents and they will hold up in court, so do not sign anything that you are not willing to obey. If you damage property, chances are you will have to pay for it either now or later.
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