Texas Agritourism Act: Frequently Asked Questions
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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The Texas Agritourism Act offers limited liability to landowners if a visitor is injured on their property while hunting or engaging in other recreational and educational activities. Through answering frequently asked questions regarding the statute, this publication explains how this protection applies to many agricultural enterprises. (3 Pages).
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