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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Agricultural Law, Construction Law and Land Use & Zoning for Nebraska on
Q: My brother and I each want to put a house on 74 acres in NE, but the county doesn't allow more than one home per qtr.

But, there is a special condition that if we are ranchers and own all the land, a 2nd home can be built, so we can "get around" the problem of not being able to build two homes, by not separating the 74 acres into 2 parcels (so we both own the ground), so no real problem so far. But, I... Read more »

Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler answered on Jan 6, 2021

Your question is too specific for a general posting board like this. You will want to consult a real estate attorney experienced with farm land issues to see what exceptions might apply in your specific situation.

1 Answer | Asked in Land Use & Zoning and Landlord - Tenant for Nebraska on
Q: If the tenant of a large property allows hunting and gets paid to do so, is that considered subletting?
Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler answered on Nov 25, 2019

Allowing a person to profit off land is usually not the same legal term as a sublet. For example, a legal "profit" off the land could be allowing someone to remove timber, minerals, or wild game off the land. It is more like an easement than a sublet.

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