Section .1200 ‑ Controlled Fox Hunting Preserves

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Published: 2015

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(a)  It shall be unlawful for any individual, firm,

association or corporation to operate a controlled fox hunting preserve without

first obtaining from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission a license

for this purpose. 

(b)  A controlled fox hunting preserve license shall entitle

the holder or holders and their guests, to hunt foxes and coyotes at any time

within the fenced area.  Controlled fox hunting preserve licenses shall not be

transferable, either as to operator or as to site of operation

(c)  Applicants shall be prepared to show proof of ownership

of the land contained in the proposed controlled fox hunting preserve or that

they have this land under lease for the duration of the license period. 

Applications for controlled fox hunting preserve licenses shall be made on

forms obtained from the Commission.

(d) Upon receipt of an application accompanied by the

statutory fee, the Commission shall issue a license, provided it is determined

that the location and operation of such a hunting preserve is consistent with

the wildlife conservation program and in the public interest; and further

provided that all regulations herein regarding establishment of such areas have

been complied with. 


History Note:        Authority G.S. 113‑134; 113‑273(g);

Eff. August 1, 1990;

Amended Eff. June 1, 2004.