2015 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XIX-A - FORESTRY
Chapter 227-J - TIMBER HARVESTING
Section 227-J:8 - Trespass; Civil Penalty.
227-J:8 Trespass; Civil Penalty.
I. No person shall negligently cut, fell, destroy, injure, or carry away any tree, timber, log, wood, pole, underwood, or bark which is on the land of another person, or aid in such actions without the permission of that person or the person's agent.
II. In addition to any other civil or criminal penalty allowed by law, any person who violates the provisions in paragraph I shall forfeit to the person injured no less than 3 and not more than 10 times the market value of every such tree, timber, log, lumber, wood, pole, underwood, or bark cut, felled, destroyed, injured, or carried away.
Source. 1995, 299:1. 1998, 286:2, eff. Jan. 1, 1999.
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