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Colorado and Kansas Wildlife and Hunting Violation Attorney

Nate Gilbert, Colorado Hunting Violation Attorney and Kansas Hunting Violation Attorney, grew up hunting and enjoying the outdoors, eventually dedicating a large portion of his professional practice to understanding the intricacies of Colorado and Kansas Hunting Law.

Nate Gilbert, Colorado Hunting Violation Attorney and Kansas Hunting Violation Attorney, grew up hunting and enjoying the outdoors, eventually dedicating a large portion of his professional practice to understanding the intricacies of Colorado and Kansas Hunting Law.

What is the fine for hunting without a license?

Fines for hunting without a license vary considerably by state.  In Colorado, the fine for hunting without a valid license is the cost of the most expensive license for that species (small game, elk, deer, bighorn sheep, etc.) multiplied by two.  The number of points assessed against your hunting license can vary depending on what species you were hunting.  If you are issued a ticket in any state for hunting without a license, you should consult with an attorney before pleading guilty and paying the fine.

Do I need my Hunter's Safety Card in Colorado?

The short answer is yes.  You must have completed an approved Hunter's Safety course before purchasing a hunting license in Colorado, subject to a few exceptions.  Additionally, you must have your hunter's safety card in your possession while hunting, or have your hunter's safety information officially verified by the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife.

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11/1/2016: Favorable Plea Bargain in Illegal Deer Hunting Case

After mistakenly shooting a deer out of season, Colorado client enlisted Attorney Nate Gilbert to help turn himself in to authorities, who issued small ticket and restitution after negotiation, avoiding over 4 possible additional charges.

10/25/2016: Charges Dismissed in Hunting Case

All 5 charges against a Colorado hunter in New Mexico dismissed entirely after diligent work by attorney Nate Gilbert.

9/21/2016: Favorable Plea Bargain in Hunting Case

Plea bargain favorable to client reached in Wanton Waste Case for Kansas hunter in New Mexico.

Colorado and Kansas Landlord and Tenant Attorney

Can I evict a tenant for not paying their rent on time?

You can and you should.  Tenants that fail to pay their rent according to the lease, regardless of whether it is a commercial, residential, or agricultural property, face eviction from the property.  However, you should be aware of your state's procedures for eviction as any deviation from this procedure could nullify any eviction attempts.  Additionally, you should be sure to calculate the back-owed rent and fees to ensure an accurate demand and judgment.  

Do I have to allow my tenant to sublease the property?

Yes and no.  If there is no provision in your lease agreement regarding subleasing, it will depend on your state laws.  If you do allow subleasing for your tenant, you do have a right to refuse to sublet to a certain tenant on a good faith basis.  That is, you may deny a specific tenant for a good reason.  Subleasing can be a great way to mitigate damages to you and help a struggling tenant relieve the pressures of a monthly rent.

 

10/19/2016: Hunting Club Formed for Client

Attorney Nate Gilbert completed leases, member contracts, and liability waivers for new corporate hunting club client in Colorado and Kansas that will cater to upland, big game, and waterfowl hunting for over 200 members.

8/31/2016: Hunting Lease Eviction Successful

REPRESENTATION OF LANDLORD IN EVICTION OF HUNTER TENANTS FROM DUCK HUNTING LEASE

12/5/15: Residential Eviction Successful

After many months of back rent and damage to property, Attorney Nate Gilbert helped landlord clients successfully evict a problem residential tenant

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