Timber Rights Attorneys in Nashua, New Hampshire
In New Hampshire, vast areas of land contain valuable timber that can be carefully harvested and sold. As a property owner, your land’s timber cannot be cut without your permission, but there are unscrupulous loggers who are known to violate trespassing and timber rights laws. If you are a victim of this type of dishonesty, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for the loss of your resources.
At Gottesman & Hollis, P.A., we represent the interests of property owners who have had their property and timber rights violated. We also work with those who are in the process of negotiating a timber purchase or sale.
To speak with a New Hampshire timber rights attorney about your case, call (603) 506-4600. We represent property owners in timber rights disputes and negotiations in Nashua, New Hampshire and the surrounding areas.
Suing for Trespassing and Harvesting
Loggers are not permitted on your land without your consent. This is true regardless of whether they have been hired and paid to harvest timber on your land. Trespassing and theft are crimes, but in the case of timber theft, you have a civil remedy against those responsible for your losses. If your trees are cut illegally, you may be entitled to between three and 10 times the value of the timber.
The experienced Nashua, New Hampshire timber rights attorneys at Gottesman & Hollis, P.A. can advise you about your options in the event your timber is harvested illegally. It is important to consult with an attorney right away, as a procedural rule known as a statute of limitations may prevent your timber rights case from being heard.
Negotiating Timber Matters
We also represent property owners in New Hampshire in other timber-related matters. Our trusted lawyers can assist you with many aspects of the sale and purchase of your timber, including negotiations, contract formation, and collection of sales proceeds.
Timber companies frequently initiate transactions with New Hampshire landowners. In order to protect your interests, you should never enter into a timber sale agreement without first consulting with a timber rights lawyer.
In addition to facilitating timber sales, our timber rights lawyers advise clients on other timber law matters, including:
- Compliance with state and federal law applicable to timber in New Hampshire,
- Tax law compliance,
- Timber sale and delivery contracts,
- Purchasing timber, and
- Exchange of timber and other resources.
Contact a Trespassing & Timber Rights Attorneys
At Gottesman & Hollis, P.A., we understand the complexities of cases involving the illegal harvesting of timber and are ready to help you. If someone has entered your property and illegally cut your timber, our Nashua, New Hampshire lawyers can advise you as to the best course of action.
For a consultation concerning your timber rights, call (603) 506-4600.
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