Are you looking for lease rules between the paid guns, or an agreement that includes rights, term, waiver of liability, etc. with the landowner? Have been a lease manager for a couple of ranches, and I can tell you without reservation that every time we had an open spot and we voted to let a guy on we didn't know, it didn't work out. They broke the basic rules and got kicked off. On those places all of us were good friends and we all agreed to the rules. If you are talking about a lease agreement with the landowner, use the form as a start point that Creekrunner provided. Make sure your particulars are written down and require it to be notarized by both parties. Some landowners are happy to do that as they will have legal recourse for damages, others just want a handshake deal. At the end of the day it is about your relationship. The big issue these days is a lot of good sized ranches are owned by elderly retired ranchers, and if they pass the family will be fighting over the land. So even a notarized agreement will be basically worthless because of the value of the land versus a court fight to kick hunters off. Probably too much info here, but if I can help give me a shout.
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