Even walking OUTDOORS, NOT indoors right next to apartments can still be a violation, right?
I am not talking about going inside the apartment at the apartment complex, I am talking about walking on the parking lot right outside of the apartments just to take another outside shortcut route.
- LILLLv 72 weeks ago
Is there something mentally wrong with you?
- LLv 52 weeks ago
What violation? In America, we can go anywhere we want.
- John PLv 72 weeks ago
A violation of what?
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
That would completely depend on the specific rules of that apartment complex. Where I live, it's perfectly legal for people to pass through the complex, but it is not legal for them to park there or to loiter anywhere on the property. But it should be noted that if someone who does not reside there and is not there to visit a resident that person can certainly be asked to leave and if he or she refuses the authorities will almost certainly support that person being ejected. And if it should come to that there's a good chance that the person will be asked to refrain from entering onto the property again.
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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
you asked. these are tresspassing laws.
your asking about tresspassing laws? not unless its posted. and that stands BEHIND the signs.
and legally there has to be a legal reason going on like explisives for road construction, dangerous animals, or mining or timbering something like that.
something dangerous to the passerby. and they are REQUIRED to post.
these "whimful homeowners" that put up "no tresspaasing" "private property"? they are commie weirdos completely in the wrong trying to block right of way.
even if fences are surrounding an area you legally have right of way unless you try to squat or are doing damage.
you have a legal right of access to land.
go ahead ben ask questions its nice seeing thoae weird commie freaks squak about their "rights" in keeping you from YOUR land
oh and those "acres" they "legally" own? they own there buildings and thats it.
so dont go breaking into their buildings.
- Coffee DrinkerLv 73 weeks ago
Yes, if you are on private property it can be a violation regardless of whether you are indoors or outdoors.
- Ron AkiaLv 63 weeks ago
Walking on private property, where you are not authorized to, can be considered to be criminal trespass.
- R PLv 73 weeks ago
Stop asking the same question over & over. It is a violation of YA's TOS.
- SlickterpLv 73 weeks ago
IS going on private property trespassing? Yes.
- SimplytheFACTSLv 73 weeks ago
again, not in trollville, honestly, if you can't understand, you should not be unsupervised.
In the United States, and probably every civilized country, stepping on to the parking lot, walkway, grass of an apartment complex is trespassing unless live there or are visiting someone there.