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    Bob that is why I posted this question. I am of the same thinking as you. I figured if it were the grounds it would be posted at the entrance to the property.

    Of course I could go in and ask them, but then they would know I am a carrier. I am of the school of thought of don't ask, don't tell.

    The confusion is exactly why the politicians make up these stupid laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markt99 View Post
    Please notice it says LAWFUL. not unlawful. It is LAWFUL to carry in those places. Ironically I was just looking up this paragraph to back up my claim.

    Mark
    Wow, thanks for clarifying that... now why would someone write a law that says something is lawful. Laws are about what is not allowed, if not written it is lawful. *shakes head*

    Ok... I re-read through the entire section of the statutes... It was in the section where it was talking about how State buildings were unlawful to carry in EXCEPT State-owned rest stops where it IS lawful. Thanks for pointing out my error.
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    But the law states in a "conspicuous" manner. It does not say at the entrance. Since anyone at the resort must first check in at the resort office, I would have to conclude the state would say that this is in a "conspicuous" manner.

    I would agree with you that for most businesses, the most conspicuous place would be the front entrance door.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote."
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  5. Not a lawyer, but I think that some States have laws where if it is a Hotel or Motel they cannot ban guns in the rooms, for instance if a person rents a room it is considered his/her place of residence not a place of business. Not sure if NC has such a law.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Venatius View Post
    Not a lawyer, but I think that some States have laws where if it is a Hotel or Motel they cannot ban guns in the rooms, for instance if a person rents a room it is considered his/her place of residence not a place of business. Not sure if NC has such a law.
    This thread was 10 months old!
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