Background: The most effective way for the university to maintain control of its facilities, vehicles and equipment would be to limit the use of its assets only to authorized personnel. This is not a realistic approach to ownership control, given that the university is a state-owned, taxpayer-supported organization and part of its mission is to provide services to the different communities in which it is located. These services may include the ability for community groups to use their facilities for meetings, to allow community members to transport events or operations to the university, or even to lend some of their equipment to groups within the Community. Sometimes an owner allows another person to use the property for specific purposes. These objectives should be set out in the agreement. If you want to allow your neighbour to swim in your lake, but do nothing else with the lake, indicate that the other party can only swim in the lake. You may want to include a limiting language that limits the use of the property. He might read something like, “My neighbour is limited to using the lake as a bathing place. Restrictions on the exploitation of my country are not limited to fishing, harvesting aquatic plants or other commercial uses. A. The risk manager or the department`s control officer must be informed of the request. The notice should include the name of the loan group (including an individual link), the name and value of the property, the reason for the obligation to use the property and the period. B.
Risk managers and department heads should agree cooperatively on the university`s desire to lend the property to the desired objective. If no agreement is reached, contact the University of Wisconsin System Office of Risk Management (UWSRM). In all relationships, with the exception of the closest relationships, it is important to have a written agreement regarding ownership. Two different people may have different memories of a conversation, and one person does not remember one of the terms of an agreement. In addition, arguments can lead to legal disputes if the property gains value through new use or new material found on the ground. If there is a condition that will change the rights of all parties involved, indicate the condition. This may occur in a situation where the landowner finds use acceptable in his or her current situation, but if his scenario changes, he or she must reconsider the use of his land. For example, a landowner cannot object to a neighbour hunting on their land.