Vanessa, if the repoman can gain access to the property without commiting a beach of peace, YES. Maybe another employee invited him in,maybe the company let him in, who knows. Did your company promise to protect your car from repo activities? Heck, another might have even driven the car out for him, anything is possible. Good Luck
The first answer should be correct depending on the state you live in. As long as the property is publicly accessible a repossessor can peacefully trespass to recover the collateral.
No its called trespassing and they can and should be prosecuted for it.
Sorry but no this is not trespassing. Once you have passed your pay date with out paying the item is not yours any more. The repo has full right to climb on top of your house and get what they have come for if they needed to. Laws do vary from country to county to town but no place in the united States as of right now has a law that prohibits a repo from getting the item wich he has came to. also as a repo you will have to learn new laws wether they are changed yearly or daily so if you see a repo doing something don't question unless its very obvious he is doing something wrong like killing someone. Repo's are very educated and know what there doing and what not to do.
No, its a class a misdemeanor to enter a Gated community...
Legally probably not,that assumes you do not own the propery or the property(like a private road) to get to your property so that would be trespass.But someone has to call the police to enforce the trespass violation.After the repo guy has the car there is not much you can do except to sue the lender or repo guy. Gated,YES.Gated and locked no.
Dumpster diving is legal, provided the contents being searched through are not contained in recycle bins. It is not legal to go through trash in bins situated on private property or within gated communities, as that constitutes trespassing.
(1) Almost universally, golf carts are not legal to operate on public streets and roadways. (2) Operating golf carts on local sidewalks, parks, lawns, or private property is usually under the control of local ordnances. (3) Private gated communities consisting completely of private properties and private roadways within their reservations, can make their own rules on the sujbect.
If the property holder gives the police department access to the community for security reasons, the police officer can conduct himself as if he was on patrol in a public neighborhood. Pay the ticket.
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An apartment complex is almost always private property, with or without a gate or fence, owned by the landlord, or jointly if they are condos. Even if it is owned by the municipality, there may also be a fence or gate and access is restricted to residents and their visitors, although it is not technically "private" property. As part of the subdivision or cluster housing plans, the private apartment complex developer may have also given "dedicated ways" to the municipality, for purpose of access by emergency vehicles and other services. If that is the case, one could argue that such streets must be open to the public, even though they are still "private property". Consider, for example, that a shopping mall, and its parking areas, is also "private property", but open to the public, subject to private rules.
You must be at least twelve to drive a motor scooter. You can ride it only on: • Gated Community • private property I.e. Driveway or backyard • Indian Reservations/Territory
Gated communities generally have extensive restrictive and protective covenants to protect the investments and quality of life for all the property owners and also to maintain the exclusivity of the community. Renters do not have any vested interest in those goals. Therefore, most gated communities do indeed have restrictions against leasing the properties.If you purchase a property in such a community and there is such a restriction of record, then you are legally bound by it.
No. Trespass is an intentional tort. A passenger has no control over the vehicle, and therefore cannot intend to enter the property.
If the vehicle is behind a LOCKED, gated area, or in a garage, then yes, they (whoever is reposessing), can go to jail for trespassing. If the car is out in the open i.e. on a curb, in the driveway that's not gated, in a private parking lot (not gated), in a private parking deck, then they can and will repo the car, boat, anything that they have a court order to take for nonpayment. They can get anything that is out in the open. If they can see it, they will take it.
Depends on jurisdiction but generally the answer is NO. It is unlawful for any repossession agent to enter closed or gated private property without permission The purchase of most vehicles are covered under civil contracts between the buyer and seller and therefore repossession falls under civil law in which a ruling to repossess a vehicle must be obtained from a court after a ruling in the favor of the seller. Still gated property or closed door property cannot be lawfully entered without permission and in some jurisdictions disregard for this by a repossession agent can be considered home invasion in which lethal force could be used against. Sellers however can and do sue. Police can only assist in protective measures for repossessions that occur on public property or private property in which permission is granted .
There are voltage-gated ion channels and ligand-gated ion channels, and since both are stimuli the term stimulus-gated is a redundancy.
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Generally, no. Generally, it would require a court order to prevent a person from accessing their privately owned property.
They would be enforceable by the police. However, there is no single answer to your questions because laws that govern the applicability of traffic laws to private property vary from state to state. A gated community poses additional problems. You would need to perform some research in your particular community. You could start by contacting the local police and asking about their policies or contact an attorney if you have been cited.They would be enforceable by the police. However, there is no single answer to your questions because laws that govern the applicability of traffic laws to private property vary from state to state. A gated community poses additional problems. You would need to perform some research in your particular community. You could start by contacting the local police and asking about their policies or contact an attorney if you have been cited.They would be enforceable by the police. However, there is no single answer to your questions because laws that govern the applicability of traffic laws to private property vary from state to state. A gated community poses additional problems. You would need to perform some research in your particular community. You could start by contacting the local police and asking about their policies or contact an attorney if you have been cited.They would be enforceable by the police. However, there is no single answer to your questions because laws that govern the applicability of traffic laws to private property vary from state to state. A gated community poses additional problems. You would need to perform some research in your particular community. You could start by contacting the local police and asking about their policies or contact an attorney if you have been cited.
The only way to determine this is to contact the security company or a member of the HOA for information.
Generally speaking, yes. The land and the gate are under the control of the property owner.EXCEPTION: When the private road is also a legal established 'right-of-way' used to access otherwise 'land-locked' property belong to someone else, the roadway should remain passable at all times, OR the landlocked property owner should be provided with a key to allow him access to his property.Other than this exception there is no requirement that a property owner offer access to his road to the general public.A Different PerspectiveYou cannot gate and lock a private road if others are entitled to use it. private ways and rights of way are complicated areas of law. In most jurisdictions and in most cases a comprehensive title examination must be performed to reveal any existing rights. You should consult with the attorney who represented you at your closing to determine what rights may exist in that road. Your attorney should have a copy of the title examination.
Yes, there are many gated comminities in Vail, CO. To find homes in gated communities, visit www.trulia.com, www.realtor.com, and www.homes.com.
If you are looking for a new home, consider purchasing a house in a gated community. There are many reasons why you should choose a gated community over a typical neighborhood. A gated community offers many amenities, while providing a safe place to live at the same time. Most gated communities offer many different amenities to their residents. The residents pay a fee to live in these communities, but the fees include items such as garbage removal and recycling bins. If the community has a swimming pool, the cleaning and maintenance of the pool is included in the fees too. Sometimes landscaping and lawn mowing services are included, as well as exterior house cleaning. Gated communities are very safe places to live and raise a family. Most gated communities have security personnel that patrol the area to watch for intruders or other problems. They will not let strangers into the community without verifying that they are visiting one of the residents. The gates also prevent solicitors from wandering around your neighborhood and bothering you during dinnertime. Gated communities tend to protect value of your property. The do not allow homeowners to neglect the overall maintenance of their homes and force them to keep their property up to the community standards. They do not allow holiday decorations to stay up past a certain date, nor do they allow the accumulation of junk on the property. They also dictate how many cars can be parked in the driveway and most do not allow large vehicles such as RV's or boats to be parked on the property. The homeowners association dictates that the property be kept to high standard so that everyone's property looks nice and retains its value. The best part about living in a gated community is the feeling of overall togetherness that the community provides to its members. Gated communities often have parties to introduce the families to each other. They can close down the streets and have block parties without having to worry about impending traffic. When the families get to know one another, they tend to look out for each other's well being. The residents of gated communities tend to be very protective of one another, which add to sense of community.
Yes they can.Just because it's gated doesn't they can't go in it.
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Graded potential occurs when triggered by a stimulus and gated ion channels open these gated channels can either be chemically gated or mechanically gated. In order to have graded potential threshold must be met in order to generate action potential. Good day!