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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by kyboydbowhunter, Nov 10, 2019 at 9:02 AM.

  1. kyboydbowhunter

    kyboydbowhunter 8 pointer

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    I had some people putting up stands without permission on my buddies property. They were hunting in there at least twice a week for the last month. Then my buddy asked them to remove there stuff and cease hunting or he turn them in. They said they would and showed up Friday to hunt with there rifle in orange with no shame. So yesterday they fell off there stand because my buddy cut the straps on the ladder stand and they broke there arm. A mild break no bone poking out. So here is where we are at today: they came out today and are threatening to sue unless he lets them hunt, kill with no limit, and REPAIR AND REPLACE HIS SCOPE that broke when he fell.
    Should he let him hunt or what the hell should he do?
     
  2. 1wildcatfan

    1wildcatfan 12 pointer

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    I'd get a lawyer, not going to end well IMO. Now that u posted he intentionally cut their straps......
     
  3. RackedUP

    RackedUP 8 pointer

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    Your buddy would be smart to never acknowledge cutting their straps, especially in writing or text. I’d tell them to kick rocks.
     
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  4. HappyHunter

    HappyHunter 8 pointer

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    I would not discuss it on a public forum. Call an attorney
     
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  5. DH13

    DH13 12 pointer

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    FIRST GET A GOOD LAWYER. Second lesson learned. Don't cut straps. YOU CUT UP THE STANDS so they cant use them..
    This will not go well for your buddy. BUT they would not hunt the place. 9 times out of 10. They will hunt then sue anyway.
     
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  6. Southpaw

    Southpaw 10 pointer

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    Deny deny deny and run their ass off
     
  7. kyboydbowhunter

    kyboydbowhunter 8 pointer

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    No one has evidence of the straps the stand and accessories to it have been discarded.
     
  8. Trophyspike

    Trophyspike Fawn

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    Do not let them hunt on that property!!!
    If he does, he has admitted guilt and has agreed for them to have permission, then after the season is over, they will sue anyways. Lawyer up NOW... what your buddy does with hunting equipment on his land is his business. For all I know is he thought that those stands where his, and he was in the process of taking them down. If they dont have written permission, then he has a good fighting chance, but do fight this...
     
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  9. DH13

    DH13 12 pointer

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    Cant deny now. It is posted on here.
     
  10. Trophyspike

    Trophyspike Fawn

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    This above statement.
    This will not end well if he plays nice.
    Next time he removes HIS hunting equipment from his property, do it completely, so that trespassers do not injure themselves while breaking the law.
     
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  11. DH13

    DH13 12 pointer

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    Best thing to do. IS SHUT UP AND QUIT BROADCASTING IT ON HERE!!!! You aint helping the cause right now.
     
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  12. DH13

    DH13 12 pointer

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    He can delete the thread himself. Don't need a mod.
     
  13. if you let them hunt,you are saying you are guilty,hell no i would not let them hunt,deny everything,should have whipped there ass,they would got worse ,then the nerve to neogotiate,no hunting no guilt
     
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