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SECTION 11-2117
Damage to property, livestock or domestic fowl by hunters and fishermen
Environmental Conservation (ENV) CHAPTER 43-B, ARTICLE 11, TITLE 21
§ 11-2117. Damage to property, livestock or domestic fowl by hunters and

fishermen.

No person, for the purpose of or while hunting, trapping or fishing,
shall without the permission of the owner, lessee or lawful occupant
enter upon the land of another and while thereon kill or injure any dog,
livestock or domestic fowl, or cut, destroy or damage any bars, gates or
fence or any part thereof, or deface or damage any vehicle, farm
equipment, buildings or appurtenances to the land, resulting in damage
to the owner or occupant of the land or of the dog, livestock, domestic
fowl, bars, gates, fences, vehicles, equipment, buildings or
appurtenances to the land.