New landholder responsibilities
As a rural land manager you have various responsibilities and legal obligations you need to consider.
You play a vital role in sustainably managing your land and minimising biosecurity risks, ensuring the prosperity of Victoria's agricultural industries.
Striking up a conversation with your neighbour is a good place to start. They can be a great source of expertise and may lessen the chance of a disagreement developing later on.
The links below provide useful tips on how to be a good neighbour and other useful biosecurity information, including managing invasive plants and animals and getting a property identification code.
- Good neighbours
- Resolving disputes
- Managing invasive plants and animals
- Getting a Property Identification Code
For more information for elsewhere on our website, see our dedicated sections on legal information for Victorian landholders, management of pest plants and animals, plant and animal disease, and chemical use.