Landowner. The Landowner is the owner of record of the real property located in , Virginia, which includes the agricultural, silvicultural or reclamation sites identified below in Table 1 and identified on the tax map(s) attached as Exhibit A. Table 1.: Parcels authorized to receive biosolids, water treatment residuals or other industrial sludges Tax Parcel ID Tax Parcel ID Tax Parcel ID Tax Parcel ID Additional parcels containing Land Application Sites are identified on Supplement A (check if applicable) Check one: The Landowner is the sole owner of the properties identified herein. The Landowner is one of multiple owners of the properties identified herein. In the event that the Landowner sells or transfers all or part of the property to which biosolids have been applied within 38 months of the latest date of biosolids application, the Landowner shall:
Landowner. The Landowner(s) or his/her land manager, with legal authority over land management decisions, guarantee(s) ownership of the above-described land and warrants that there are no outstanding rights that interfere with this Landowner Agreement. The Landowner(s) will notify the USFWS [and the other cooperating partner(s)] of planned or pending changes in ownership. A change of ownership shall not change the terms of this Agreement. The Agreement and terms shall be in effect on the described land for the term of the Agreement. The Landowner(s) agree(s) to allow access (with advance notice) to the USFWS [and the other cooperating partner (s)] to implement the project described in Exhibit A, and to monitor project success. The Landowner(s) retain(s) all rights to control trespass and retains all responsibility for taxes, assessments, and damage claims. During the habitat retention period, the landowner [Select one: must maintain the habitat restored under this award OR must allow the habitat restored under this award to remain in place without interference]. [Optional: expand on the meaning of “maintaining habitat restored.” OR expand on the meaning of “remain in place without interference.”] At the end of the habitat retention period, the habitat improvement project will become the sole property and complete responsibility of the Landowner(s). There shall be no obligation to the USFWS after the term of the Agreement has expired. The Landowner(s) will be responsible for securing any necessary permits. [Optional: Technical advice and support will be provided by participating agencies in the application for the permit(s)]. The Landowner(s) agree(s) to identify USFWS’ contribution to the project during public presentations, reports, or other information published about the project, as appropriate. [Optional: The Landowner(s) will be free to remove any structure at his/her own expense at the termination of the Agreement; however, the Agreement does not supersede any Local, State, or Federal regulation that would apply to the removal of any such structure(s)]. [Optional: The Landowner(s) will not be responsible for replacing wildlife habitat developments that are damaged or destroyed by severe acts of nature]. [Optional: If an USFWS easement is granted, the easement will supersede the provisions and terms of this Agreement].
Landowner its successors and assigns, will perform the work necessary to keep these facilities in good working order as appropriate. In the event a maintenance schedule for the stormwater management/BMP facilities (including sediment removal) is outlined on the approved Plan or in the City’s BMP guidelines, Landowner, its successors, and assigns, shall adhere to the schedule.
Landowner. A person, legal entity, or Indian Tribe having legal ownership of land and those who may be buying eligible land under a purchase agreement. The term “landowner” may include all forms of collective ownership, including joint tenants, tenants-in-common, and life tenants. State governments, local governments, and nongovernmental organizations that qualify as eligible entities are not eligible as landowners unless otherwise determined by the Chief.
Landowner. The Landowner is the owner of record of the real property located in (4) , Virginia, which includes the agricultural, silvicultural or reclamation sites identified below in Table 1 and identified on the tax map(s) attached as Exhibit A. Table 1.: Parcels authorized to receive biosolids, water treatment residuals or other industrial sludges Tax Parcel ID Tax Parcel ID Tax Parcel ID Tax Parcel ID
Landowner. Xxxxxxx 3 Smokes Ranch Mailing Address: XX Xxx 000, Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000 Phone Number: Acres enrolled: 1,400 Hunting District: 411 Landowner requested license/permit (valid only on landowner’s enrolled property): Type: Resident general elk & 411-20 (either sex) permit Total Number Requested: 1 Landowner license/permit designee: Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Required public hunter license/permit type allowed: Landowner selected public hunter(s): 411-20 (either sex) permit FWP selected hunters: 411-20 (either sex) permit Additional public hunting allowed? Host about 20-25 public hunters over a season. Process to select public hunters: Landowner selected public hunter(s) selected from Department list of eligible permit holders FWP selected public hunters selected from Department list of eligible permit holders Seasons in which public hunters may xxxx: Archery General X – Weekdays only; No public hunting the first 10 days of the rifle season. Additional Maximum days per hunter? Three Public hunters must contact the following (landowner’s public hunter contact) to arrange access in accordance with this agreement: Name: Phone: Email: Other instructions: Hunters are limited to three days only. Hunting dates are negotiated prior to the start of the season. Hunting is only allowed during weekdays. Other requirements for access/use of property: • Signing the FWP hunter-sign in roster to provide public hunter contact information for later FWP evaluation of program. • Abiding by all state and federal hunting statutes, regulations, and rules. • Following all landowner rules, which will be provided in advance of the xxxx by the landowner’s public hunter contact. This may include additional stipulations about how harvested animals may be retrieved and how wounded animals may be pursued. Vehicle retrieval of harvested animals will be allowed. • Maintaining proper safety procedures regarding firearms. • Maintaining proper vigilance aimed at preventing damage to the Ranch, and to promptly report any damage that may occur on the Ranch to the Ranch Manager. • Ensuring all Ranch gates are left as originally found. • Using best efforts to prevent fires and practice pack-it-in/pack-it-out principles. • The Landowner is not responsible for contacting any hunter to report the presence or absence of elk. • If a hunter wounds an elk, they will not be allowed to shoot at another elk on the property. • Camping is allowed at the ranch headquarters. • Walk-in hunting only unless hunter is unable. La...
Landowner by execution of this Agreement, acknowledges that Landowner has reviewed with an Engineer the specifics of the Plan and understands the function and maintenance requirements of all BMPs provided for on the Plan. Landowner agrees to maintain a copy of the Plan through the duration of ownership, and to transfer that plan to the new owner upon relinquishing the property.