2006 Code of Virginia § 18.2-134.1 - Method of posting lands

18.2-134.1. Method of posting lands.

A. The owner or lessee of property described in 18.2-134 may post propertyby (i) placing signs prohibiting hunting, fishing or trapping where they mayreasonably be seen; or (ii) placing identifying paint marks on trees or postsat each road entrance and adjacent to public roadways and public waterwaysadjoining the property. Each paint mark shall be a vertical line of at leasttwo inches in width and at least eight inches in length and the center of themark shall be no less than three feet nor more than six feet from the groundor normal water surface. Such paint marks shall be readily visible to anyperson approaching the property.

B. The type and color of the paint to be used for posting shall be prescribedby the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.

(1987, c. 603.)

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