Hunting is defined as a matter that is reserved for the states under their “Police Power” in the rights of the Tenth Amendment. So, while Congress does maintain the statutes to regulate hunting, the states may regulate the federal lands if their laws don’t conflict with federal laws. Licensing parameters vary from state to state like time determining hunting of a specific type of game, have minimum age requirements and guardian responsibility.
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Hunting Forms Package
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Popular Hunting Forms
As a landowner, do I have to purchase a hunting license to hunt on our own property?
Depending on what state you are from will ultimately determine the laws governing you. However, in every state hunting is defined as a privilege, not a right. You are given a privilege and if you cannot meet the certain standards, it can be taken away. If it were you right to hunt, then it could not be taken away like the rights for freedom of speech or Press.
What are the most popular forms used for hunting?
The most popular forms used Farm Lease or Rental – Hunting Land or Property, Hunting Lease – Land or Property, Waiver and Release from Liability for Adult for Hunting Land, Waiver and Release from Liability for Minor Child for Hunting Land, and Waiver and Release from Liability for Adult for Individual Hunting.