41-21-4 Entry by state forester on private land--Notice and advice to landowner as to control of i...
Entry by state forester on private land--Notice and advice to landowner as to control
The state forester may enter upon or cross any privately owned land for the purpose
of surveying for and locating a forest insect or disease that has been declared to be a public nuisance.
Upon finding any such forest insect or disease infestation, the state forester shall notify the
landowner in writing of the presence of the infestation and establish a length of time in which the
landowner may control the infestation. He shall further advise the landowner of any acceptable
methods and means of effectively controlling the infestation.
Source: SL 1970, ch 226, § 4; SDCL Supp, § 38-26-4; SL 1974, ch 257, § 2.