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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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united-states If this is a private library, yes A private organisation can ban anyone from their premises providing that the reason is not or is not a proxy for a protected characteristic. Engaging in a "verbal altercation" is not a protected characteristic so, absent other information, this would be fine. If this is a public library, yes but ... ...


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The county can certainly post a sign on the edge of the county property, informing people that what lies beyond is private property, and no permission to pass has been granted. Unless this was endorsed by the property owner or the owner's agent, I don't think this would constitute the "reasonable notice" mentioned in 13-1502 A 1 (quoted above) ...


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