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Question Permission?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by brookesssy, May 4, 2012.

  1. brookesssy

    brookesssy Donator

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    There is a farm near me that I might be able to get permission at but the farm is rented. Who should I ask about getting permission to shoot? The owner or tenant?
    Thanks
     
  2. nichard

    nichard Engaging Member

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    Ask the farmer. I would
     
  3. andy46

    andy46 Donator

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    i would ask the tenant,he should have the rights for shooting pests,its down to the tenant to keep the pests under control,the tenant should then inform the owner who is shooting on the land.but i would try and get a permission slip signed by both if possible,just to cover yourself.
     
  4. hypoboy

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    All tenants have an inalienable right to shoot ground game and can authorise one other person to do the same in writing (1880 Ground Game Act). The same applies regardless of whether sporting rights have also been sold on to a syndicate or similar. The same does not automatically apply to shooting birds covered by General License, or any more than one shooter.

    A better way of putting it might be, if you just want to shoot rabbits and no-one else has got there first, the farmer can give you permission if he wishes, regardless of whether he rents or owns.
     

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