I am working with a family that occupies a historic property on federal land. When the property became part of a national park, the family got a life lease. The park would probably continue to lease the property to the family when the life lease expires, but taking care of the property is a big investment for the family and they would like a more secure arrangement, perhaps through a trust. I would appreciate hearing about any alternatives to leases that allow private use of federal property.
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