How Landowners Can Protect Themselves from Liability
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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A common concern for Texas landowners is how to protect themselves from liability if someone is injured on their property. This publication discusses steps landowners can take, before an injury occurs, to limit the chances of being held liable or limit the financial burden of a judgment against them. (3 pages).
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