Tri-County Metal Detectors Club         
Individual Permission To Hunt
Permission To Hunt Letter
Date ____________________

Permission to Metal Detect on Private Property

Bearer of this letter must present membership card to property owner.

Property Owner Agreement

I (property owner) ______________________ agree to permit (hunter)_________________________, to use a metal detector to search for and recover buried relics, coins, and other artifacts located on my property at ______________________________________________. It is understood that recovery includes the digging of small holes which will be repaired as nearly as possible to the original condition. This permission shall remain in effect until such time that I revoke it in writing.

Property Owner ___________________________________

Hunter Agreement

The purpose of this agreement is for metal detecting coins, relics and artifacts just under the surface of the ground.

Liability Waiver:
In consideration of permission to use a metal detector to search for and recover buried relics, coins and other artifacts on the property listed above, I agree to release from all liability for personal injury or property damage that I may suffer as a result of the owners negligence while on the owners property only during the period and at the time of such search. This release shall be binding and forever discharge the owners of above mentioned property , his/her heirs, executors, and administrators, from all actions, causes of action, claims and demands for, upon, or by reason of any damage, loss, injury, or suffering which I may sustain while engaged in metal detecting on the owners property.

In the event, in the course of Metal Detecting, I find anything of significant value,  in excess of $_________, I will share equally that value with the above mentioned property owner.

Items Lost by Property Owner:
The below listed items have been lost by the Property Owner and if found will be returned to the property owner at no charge to him/her for the consideration and privilege of hunting the aforementioned property.  Anything found not listed will be the property of the hunter unless it is in excess of the value previously agreed upon and listed above, in which case it will be shared equally.  The exception to this will be that all coinage found will be the property of the hunter and will not be considered when figuring the excess value amount of items found mentioned above.