NJ Bill would require landowners to notify neighbors when they hunt on their own land
By angelamontana

Posted: June 7, 2022

Well, this is interesting.  There is a bill introduced in New Jersey by Assemblywoman Shama A. Haider in District 37 that would require hunters that own their own property to notify their neighbors when they are hunting on their own property.

SYNOPSIS:
Changes perimeter for bow and arrow hunting around certain buildings; requires property owner to provide notice and obtain receipt from owners of adjacent properties of any hunting activity; designated as “Restoring Safety Buffer Law.”

2. (New section) a. A person who hunts, takes, or kills wildlife,
2 or permits hunting, taking, or killing of wildlife on private property
3 owned by the person shall provide written notice to, and obtain written
4 confirmation of its receipt from, both the owner and occupant of each
5 property sharing a boundary with the property on which the hunting,
6 taking, or killing of wildlife will occur, at least 24 hours in advance,
7 that hunting, taking, or killing of wildlife will occur on the property,
8 including the date, time, and duration thereof.
9 b. A person who violates the provisions of this section shall be
10 subject to a civil penalty of not less than $100 nor more than $300 for
11 the first offense, and not less than $300 nor more than $1,500 and
12 permanent revocation of all license certificates required, and all
13 privileges, to take or possess wildlife for each subsequent offense.

What are your thoughts on Assembly Bill  No. 3732?