(1) If permitted activities will move animals onto, across, or off any lands other than those owned by the permittee, including lands owned by state or federal land management agencies, the permittee shall obtain written concurrence from affected property holders on a form provided by the department.
(2) The written concurrence required in (1) must include the following:
(a) a statement that the affected property holder agrees to the specific actions authorized under the authority of the permit which might affect his or her property;
(b) the type of animals that may be moved;
(c) when the animals may be moved from, onto, or across the affected property holder's land;
(d) location of travel routes on the affected property holder's land, depicted on a topographical map, including the locations from which and to which animals may be moved; and
(e) to what extent, if any, the affected property holder may accept civil liability for any damages which may result from the aerial herding of the animals.