the unfenced grazing land of the west was given the name called the open range.
Unfenced is an antonym of fenced
Open range, or rangelands.
Liability insurance covers the insured against the claims of others. For example, your neighborhood kid wanders in your back yard, falls into the unguarded/unfenced pool and drowns. Or your mailman gets severely bitten by your "sweet dog" that hurt a fly! Fires are covered by property insurance, such as a dwelling's fire or hazard policy.
The Man in Sounderwas buried in the unfenced area behind the Meetin' house.
Open range grazing.
Free range originally meant unfenced cattle grazing lands.
Like most states there are no specific laws that dictate what you can and cannot videotape. The rule to keep in mind is "reasonable expectation of privacy." For example, someone who is inside a public bathroom would have a reasonable expectation that their actions would not be recorded. Someone who is in an unfenced backyard cannot claim the same reasonable expectation. If they are inside their own home, however, then it would be reasonable for them to expect privacy.
Many cattlemen wanted unfenced range for their cattle and didn't like the idea of homes being built or the possibility of water being tasken.
you can take puppies into public areas when they have their first basic vaccinations, newborns can be taken into a sterile private area when they are weaned, but obviously not under cold conditions or open unfenced yards.
If you have a pitbull, rottweiler, doberman pinscher, or any animal with a bite history as well as an unfenced swimming pool, or trampoline then most insurance companies will not write you homeowners insurance at any price. The very few that will offer you coverage only will do so if you sign an exclusion of liability form for whatever the risk is for. For instance, if you have a viscous dog then you will sign a form that excludes coverage for any liability caused by an animal bite. Pitbulls have been responsible for about 50 percent of all liability payments for animal bites and they are responsible for about 75 percent of all fatalities involving animals. People should not own pitbulls or dogs made of pitbull mixed dogs. The risk is not work it. Get a poodle.
When the countryside was still open and unfenced, the buffalo would migrate north and south on the plains in the course of the year. Now that the open plains are gone and the buffalo's numbers are greatly reduced, the few remaining no longer migrate very far.
Mississippi does not have a law requiring dog owners to have a fence. However, you cannot let your dog out into an unfenced yard. Your dog must be under your control at all times. You will have to take your dog out on a leash if you do not have a fenced in yard.
Absolutely. Every homeowners insurance company I know of asks if you have pets and if so what breed. Most specifically ask about Pit Bulls, Rotweillers, Doberman Pinchers, German Shepherds, any dog partly made up of these breeds, or any animal with a bite history. If you look at the statistics you will see that Pit Bulls make up less that 2% of the dogs in the U.S. but result in over 60% of the deaths with over half being children under 12. These types of dogs result is millions of dollars each year in losses from lawsuits over a biting. Of course these are not the only dogs that bite but these are most of them. Homeowners insurance covers suits and legal fees for this and many other items. The applications also ask if you own a trampoline or an unfenced pool. If you have one of these dogs some companies will write the insurance if you sign an animal bite exclusion which excludes coverage for suits of this type.
Technically "paturelands" are grazing lands that are managed intensively (fertilized, seeding) and often fenced. For most of their history, the Navajo lands for sheep have been better described as "rangelands". The areas are mostly steppe and mountain landscapes. They are not seeded or fertilized. They are unfenced and the sheep are moved in different seasons, largely to higher elevations in the summer.
On 2 Novembee 1979, three men and one woman entered Clinton Correctional Facility for Women carrying concealed .45 caliber pistols, to visit Shakur. The four of them drew on two unarmed prison guards, takng them hostage and commandeering a prison van. The group fled through an unfenced area onto the grounds of a school for handicapped children, where they released the guards and swapped the van for two cars had been left for them.
The tenant is responsible for not making sure the dog is safe and for letting his potentially dangerous dog out with no lead.Another answer:You can't get a reliable answer to such a question here, since laws vary by municipality. In some cases, your property; yourresponsibility. You'll have to check your local ordinancescovering dog ownership and control to know for sure.
The Northeastern Native Americans managed the landscape by abandoning fields when the crops didn't produce and let the forest regrow and to recover. They then killed the trees to make new parcels for growing. Since there were no domesticated animals except dogs the fields were left unfenced. Boys with bows and arrows killed wildlife that ate the crops. They grew corn, squish, and beans together. This preserved that land's fertility, kept soil moist, and discouraged pests.
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 4 words with the pattern U-FE--ED. That is, eight letter words with 1st letter U and 3rd letter F and 4th letter E and 7th letter E and 8th letter D. In alphabetical order, they are: unfeared unfelled unfelted unfenced
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern UN-E-C-D. That is, eight letter words with 1st letter U and 2nd letter N and 4th letter E and 6th letter C and 8th letter D. In alphabetical order, they are: unfenced
It can't hurt, but whether it will stand up in court or not is anybody's guess. It depends on the law in your state. In many jurisdictions, an unfenced pool is known as an "attractive nuisance" and if the neighbors have unrestricted access to it, you may be liable for any injuries they suffer. Your city codes may requre that you provide a fence with a locked gate. In any case, if neighbors/friends are swimming in your pool, you would be well advised to watch them like a hawk. A good idea is to equip yourself with as much liability coverage under your homeowners' insurance company as you can arrange. More input from other FAQ Farmers: * I suppose you could ask for one. The parents might be a little concerned about how safe their child would be or even be insulted. Nevertheless, it is your property and your choice. I doubt if that would relieve you of any responsibility in case of an accident. Even pools that are posted with No Trespass, Private Property, No Lifeguard on Duty, and that sort of thing have had lawsuit judgments awarded against them. In my opinion, it would be similar to the permission slips your child brings home for school field trips. They look good on paper but are not a legally binding document. * Make sure you have good liability insurance. As far as getting a signed waiver, its ridiculous and you would be viewed as eccentric and over-dramatic.
the best place for pet horses would be a stable (must be spacious enough to hold a horse!!) or a large, grassy feild without piosious plants. it's important to make sure you don't build a stable too small or use barbed-wire fencing on a horse's pasture(barbed-wire can tear up your horse!!). you must have a pasture that is at least 1 acre large. you can board horses at someone else's stable or you can have your own. the best place for wild horses would be a large, uninhabited area, like a large, unfenced feild. wild horses prefer to have lots of extra space and no people around.