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Learn your options when laws impact your property usage

Certain lands are protected under federal and state statues. If these areas land on property that you own, you will be limited as to what you can do with them. In our previous blog post, we discussed the case of the farmer who is facing hefty fines because of mowing grass in his own field.

We understand that you probably want to be able to do what you want on the land that you paid for. When the land is subject to these laws, doing whatever you want isn't an option unless you are willing to pay a fine or fight.

Fighting over the use of land and what you can legally do there isn't ever easy, especially if you are battling the federal government. This entity has a seemingly endless set of resources to draw from to build its case. With this in mind, you should think carefully about what you are going to do when you have land that falls under these protections.

Of course, the easiest way to handle these matters is to find out what laws apply to your land from the get-go. This gives you the opportunity to make a plan about how you will care for your lands. If you have any questions, you can get those answered. If you need to file any petitions, you should do those as soon as you realize the need.

We know that you don't want to break the law, but you also want to care for your property. When natural resources laws are stopping you, we can step in and help you learn about your options.

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