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If I invite my HOA neighbors to my business conference room and one becomes unruly, I will ask him / her to leave. The conference room property belongs to my family. If the disinvited do notrefuse to leave: is the next step to call the police andto ask for a trespass warrant andin order to have them legally forced to leave? From a legal perspective, is this the proper (effective) action to ask for a trespass warrant to have them removed or is there alternative better legal mechanism?

If I invite my HOA neighbors to my business conference room and one becomes unruly, I will ask him / her to leave. The conference room property belongs to my family. If the disinvited do not leave is the next step to call the police and ask for a trespass warrant and to have them removed?

If I invite my HOA neighbors to my business conference room and one becomes unruly, I will ask him / her to leave. The conference room property belongs to my family. If the disinvited refuse to leave: is the next step to call the police to ask for a trespass warrant in order to have them legally forced to leave? From a legal perspective, is this the proper (effective) action to ask for a trespass warrant to have them removed or is there alternative better legal mechanism?

    Post Closed as "unclear what you're asking" by Nate Eldredge, K-C, Nij, feetwet
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