Purchasing a Bug-Out
Location (BOL) is a perfect
example of a property that
can be placed at the muzzle
end of a “legal firing squad”
Not only will you purchase a
property that you may not be
too familiar with, but you
also will not be able to
manage the property as well
as a local resident of the
● Boundary Conflicts – Fighting over property lines
● Multiple Property Sales – People selling the same
property multiple times.
● Illegal Residents – Squatters or people staying on your
property without permission.
● Property Destruction or Theft – Vandalism or people
stealing your stuff on the property.
● Livestock Disputes – Fighting about who the livestock
● Illegal Sales – Many different ways that people can sale
illegally, such as some short sales.
● Land Use and Resource Rights – Getting legal use of
your property, access to your property, and the
resources on the property.
● Leasing of Land – What rights you have, and actions
you should take when improving leased land.
● Homeowners Associations – Government in its lowest
form. Always opt-out.
Simple Tips To Help You
Avoid Boundary Disputes on
Your Bug Out Location
Ways to Win
● Tag Your Livestock– Tag each head of livestock so it is
known that it is yours. Even if your animals look the same,
having a good tag or brand will help others identify that you
own that one. This will cut down on confusion.
● Keep Track of Your Animals –Keep an up-to-date
ledger of your livestock and food consumption to prove
numbers. All you are doing is leaving a good paper trail of
your purchases, sales, and other metrics that you should be
analysing any ways.
● Catch Them in the Act – Keep game cameras set up
at all entrances for evidence of theft. Sometimes, you just
can’t stop thieves, so you have to catch them.
● Be Friendly and Helpful – Become friends with the
other farmers. They will be less likely to steal from or sue a
friend. Think about it, do you really want to sue someone that
has always been good to you, helped you when you needed
it, and was always friendly?