The disclosure acknowledges fencing the property to keep livestock out and recognizes the property owner’s entitlement to damages if livestock enter a fenced property but warns against harming roaming livestock even on a fenced property. The law requires that the seller retain a copy of the disclosure document that has […]Read More
FAQ Category: Open Range
When is the Open Range Disclosure due?
The disclosure must be provided to the potential buyer, with the requirement that the buyer sign the disclosure form acknowledging the date of receipt of the originaldisclosure document, before the sales agreement is signed.Read More
Who must provide the Open Range Disclosure?
A seller must disclose, in writing, to a potential buyer of property adjacent to open range, that livestockgrazing on the open range are permitted to enter the property; and that the parcel may be subject to countyor State claims of right-of-way.Read More
What is the purpose of the Open Range Disclosure?
The purpose of the Open Range Disclosure is to inform the prospective buyer of a home or an improved orunimproved lot adjacent to open range that livestock are permitted to graze or roam on the property. Openrange means all unenclosed land outside of cities and towns upon which cattle, sheep […]Read More