Recent Court of Appeals Impacts Hobby Drone Registration

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In this episode, Paul discusses the recent decision in Taylor v. Huerta.  This case involved FAA’s earlier decision to require all unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to be registered.  Paul will discuss how this decision could impact agriculture and explain what the recent decision means to others.

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If you have questions for Paul contact him at lgoering@umd.edu, tweet him @aglawPaul or 301-405-3541.

 

More On Ag Leases, This Time with Tiffany Lashmet

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Developing a good ag lease is an important tool many of you need to consider developing when leasing farmland.  We are hitting that time of year (June 30th) when Paul likes to remind you that you need to consider if you will give the notice to terminate an ag lease or renew.  In this episode of the podcast, Paul is joined by Tiffany Lashmet of Texas A&M Agrilife Extension to discuss her ag leasing guide.

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If you have questions for Tiffany, you can email him at Tiffany.DowellLashmet@ag.tamu.edu or tweet him at @TiffDowell.  You can email me at lgoering@umd.edu or tweet me at @aglawPaul.  Feel free to send thoughts on other podcasts to me as well.

 

What Makes an Ag Lease an Ag Lease?

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In this episode, Paul discusses a recent court decision, Porter v. Harden, №15–0683, 2017 WL 942845 (Mar. 10, 2017).  In this decision, the Iowa Supreme Court looks at does one horse create a farmland lease?  This decision provides a lot of insight for parties looking to rent farmland and how to make sure the lease provides the protections many states give to farmland leases.

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If you have questions for Paul contact him at lgoering@umd.edu, tweet him @aglawPaul or 301-405-3541.

Industrial Hemp Still Illegal to Cultivate in Maryland

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In this episode, Paul discusses the current situation for the production of industrial hemp in Maryland.  Currently, the General Assembly has directed the Maryland Department of Agriculture to develop a pilot program for research cultivation by an institution of higher education.

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Frequently Asked Questions: Can I Trim Back My Neighbor’s Tree From My Property?

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This week the podcast returns after a brief hiatus with Paul discussing a frequently asked question: Can I trim tree limbs and other vegetation growing on my neighbor’s property that is impacting my property?  Paul discusses what Maryland law currently allows neighboring landowners to do and not to do (the options are limited to self-help).

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Help Paul, I Just Inherited Farmland with My Siblings

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A common situation is that siblings inherit farmland through intestacy (dying without a valid will or property outside the will) or a will specifies a quarter interest in the farm to X and the remaining three-quarters to Y. In this episode, Paul covers what happens when you inherit property as tenants in common.

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State Court Rules State’s Right-to-Farm Law is Unconstitutional As-Applied

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The Iowa Court of Appeals recently ruled that the state’s right-to-farm law was unconstitutional as applied to a landowner next door to a hog farm.  In this episode, Paul discusses the McIlrath v. Prestage Farms of Iowa, L.L.C. decision.

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