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  1. to call the landlord's office, do you have to press 1 for English...and be routed to India where they don't speak it....What a JOKE!!! NO one and I mean NO one can tell me I'm not allowed to carry, but only they are...they can kiss my booty on that one...! Keep your guns, unless it is in your lease agreement...and if it isn't...get a lawyer...

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    First of ll it's none of the landlords business as long as you're not breaking the law. 2nd if there is a clause saying firearms are not permitted on the property then it applies to him as well.

  4. That provided the exact answer to my specific question. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your input!

    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Itstjs View Post
    Tell him to check the lease. A property my company has done Security for has successfully evicted a CPL holder and a man who openly carried on a daily basis. Its ONLY legal for anything of the sort to happen IF he signed a lease stating he is not allowed to do so ON the property, however, there is no way, to my knowledge the Property Manager can enforce anything relating to in HIS apartment or in HIS vehicle.
    You're probably right, but I see little difference between banning guns or Bibles and prohibiting gun owners or Baptists. The duty of government is to protect our constitutional rights, whether it be freedom of religion or the right to keep and bear arms. Can a lease be used to abrogate fundamental human rights? I think not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyj View Post
    Personally, the fact that I have a CCW and carry would have never entered the conversation.
    Agreed. What they don't know can't hurt ME.

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    Ohio CHL law states that a landlord may not prohibit or restrict a tenant with a concealed carry license from lawfully carrying or possessing a handgun on a residential premises. Tell him to look at page 16 in the state handbook he was given when he took the course.

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    Is there any wonder why I dont want to move back east? Ill keep northeastern Nevada for a while longer untill I can pay cash for my Idaho property
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghiapaul View Post
    Ohio CHL law states that a landlord may not prohibit or restrict a tenant with a concealed carry license from lawfully carrying or possessing a handgun on a residential premises. Tell him to look at page 16 in the state handbook he was given when he took the course.
    If this is correct, the OP's friend should record the date, time, and details of any discussions with the property manager or owner regarding this topic. Save anything given to him in written form, and if possible get recordings of any conversations.
    You can have good intentions and not be right.

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    Come on....Think about it, he has to be fromIL, not NY or NJ.

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