Commentary

96.8 The right to take away game

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2)
AGRICULTURE vol 2(2) | Commentary

96.8 The right to take away game

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2) | Commentary

96.8 The right to take away game

If the agreement is not formally a profit à prendre, then unless the agreement specifically authorises the game killed to be taken away its ownership remains with the owner1. In longer-term agreements it is usual for the grantees to be responsible for rearing their own game. Consideration should be given as to the responsibility (if any) for the rearing of game, and if the agreement confers a licence, then the ownership of game killed should be clarified.

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