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R I = I "1" PLANNING RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR INCOME AND TOURISM Liability and Protection in Private Outdoor Recreation

By Robert L. Wilder

Abstract

This publication is designed largely for the landowner, farmer, rancher, non-farmer or potential guide who is not trained or experienced in operating a recreation business. Principles of liability and insurance protection will apply to most recreation enterprises regardless of the size of the operation. The objective is to identify these principles and to show how they apply. It is our special hope that this work will encourage potential recreational operators to discuss this phase of business management with legal counsel and insurance representatives prior to any invest-ment committment. Special appreciation is given to Mr. Robert Y. Thorton, State Attorney General (1968) and his staff for reviewing this publication and giving the author some valuable guidance. If you need additional assistance feel free to contact your County Extension Agent. Assistance is also available from the Soil Conservatio

Topics: Service, Farmer's Home Administration, Forest Service, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, State Highway Department, State Parks Division and the State Game Commission
Year: 1970
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