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 been signed by the buyer
acknowledging the date of receipt of the document, provide a copy to the buyer, and record the original disclosure document containing the buyer’s signature and the seller’s notarized signature in the office of the county recorder in the county where the property is located.

Categories: Residential Disclosure Guide, Open Range