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Your neighbor should draw up a contract stating exactly what is required of the person receiving the garage. (remove the garage, clean up their mess, repair any damage they cause to the property, etc).
Your neighbor should talk to their home owner's insurance agent. The agent will likely say the person getting the garage and any helpers will need to sign a liability waiver, or the agent may suggest the person getting the garage provide an insurance certificate.
The real problem is when you move a structure it needs to be brought up to the current building code. That's probably a deal killer, even for a garage.
Not really relevant but an amusing story...I knew a guy that was given a barn. He worked very hard cutting it in half and bracing everything so it could be moved in two sections. Moving the first section was going very well. He was nearly to his property when a gust of wind blew it over and destroyed it. He paid someone to demo and remove the remaining half. Sometimes free isn't cheap.
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