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Posted property law in N.C
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K Smith    Posted 09-14-2002 at 06:45:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
Could someone tell me of a web site that has the posted (private)property law in NC written out.Neighbor up road which is a drunk and a drug user I assume cause thats why he keeps going to jail for;And for stealing anything he can pick up and move He's own grandmother told me this 8 yrs ago and he does't stay out of prison long he's been out for about 1 yr now and has dumped trash on my property which I cleaned up.And he took some watermelons from my field taking a few watermeolns doesn't brother me but while driveing though field on there new used yanmar tractor to get melons they took out over half of my pumpkin row.Now I have posted my property and they still driving though field.This is the type of guy that soon as i say somthing to him about staying off my land he'll start sneaking around my house at night trying to steal stuff or trying to find something he can tear up.Would like to learn the the legal part of tresspassing posted private property law in N.C.If any one has any tips please let me hear them Thanks K Smith


Ron/PA    Posted 09-14-2002 at 10:35:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
In PA. property does not have to be posted to be private, if you tresspass you may be arrested at my request. Posted signs are considered a courtesy and unfortunately most of the population does not understand that.
Ron


screaminghollow    Posted 09-15-2002 at 04:34:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
actually, in PA having the property posted can raise the fine people recieve for trespassing.


Heres a little info    Posted 09-14-2002 at 07:13:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
Would suggest documenting each incident and talking to County Atty.Sadly these types of problems usually require "confrontation" ie: in my state,even though property is posted,you must personally adv the trespasser of his crime and inform him you do not want him there.Once this is done,if the incident(s)continue,the person can be prosecuted for trespass.

Link below has legal requirements of posting included(down a bit)for NC.


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