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Yes, Of course you have to pay if you are At Fault. If take a gun and you shoot somebody on private property you will also have to pay for that? " Yes" . We are always responsible for damage we cause to another, whether accidental or intentional, on private property or public property.

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Q: If i damage a car on private property do i have to pay?
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