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West's Annotated Code of Virginia. Title 29.1. Game, Inland Fisheries and Boating. Chapter 5. Wildlife and Fish Laws. Article 2. Hunting and Trapping. 29.1-517. Trapping and shooting of fur-bearing animals during closed season

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Citation: VA Code Ann. 29.1-517

Citation: VA ST 29.1-517


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 11/2013

Summary:   This Virginia law states that a landowner may shoot fur-bearing animals upon his own land during closed season when these animals are causing damage to crops or property, or are posing a threat to human health or safety, or are otherwise causing a nuisance.


Statute in Full:

A landowner may trap or shoot fur-bearing animals upon his own land during closed season when these animals are causing damage to crops or property, or are posing a threat to human health or safety, or are otherwise causing a nuisance.


CREDIT(S)

Acts 1987, c. 488. Amended by Acts 2004, c. 421; Acts 2007, c. 87; Acts 2013, c. 349.

 



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