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The relevant law is § 2911.21 of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC). (A) No person, without privilege to do so, shall do any of the following: (1) Knowingly enter or remain on the land or premises of another; (2) Knowingly enter or remain on the land or premises of another, the use of which is lawfully restricted to certain persons, purposes, modes, or hours, when ...


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does the gas station have to file anything to keep me from coming in, trespassing list? No. The gas station, through its authorized agents, may exclude you from its property and deny you service in its sole discretion, without legal process, for a non-discriminatory reason, and the reason in your case is not an illegal or discriminatory reason. If you ...


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A property owner can tell you that you are not permitted on the property at any time; they can change their minds as often as they want; and they do not have to file paperwork or go through any process for that order to "take effect". A manager who is not the property owner can do likewise, acting as an agent for the property owner. Then, if they ...


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Company B owns them until Company A does The exact moment that ownership or risk transfers is a matter for the parties to agree. Ownership and risk can transfer at the same or different times, also as agreed. If the parties do not explicitly agree, and if it’s relevant to a dispute, the court will need to establish when the transfer occurred. If there is a ...


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Does the castle doctrine apply in getting them to leave? No Short Answer: Reasonable force may be used to remove the guest as they have become a trespasser - killing them in the circumstances described would be unreasonable and excessive force. Long Answer: The Texas Castle Doctrine, referred to as Deadly Force In Defence Of Person at section 9.32 of the ...


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Both outcomes are possible. A's insurance company would resist full replacement, so B would probably have to sue and prove that full replacement was necessary. Since the basic idea behind compensation is making the person whole after having been harmed, and what is the harm in a more limited repair job? The jury would contemplate all of the details regarding ...


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