without the owners’ express verbal or written authorization.

This includes any and all Government or private agents and persons,
Except in Case of a Fire or Medical Emergency.

Those so trespassing are subject to civil and criminal penalties per USC TITLE 18, Sections 241 & 242
And any and all other applicable Federal and S t a t e c i vi l a n d c r i m i n a l “T r e s p a s s ” S t a t u t e s .

This NO TRESPASS notice is also subject to the following provisions:
You are hereby notified that the owner(s) of this property require(s) all public officials, agents or person(s) to abide by the “Supreme Law of the Land”, the U.S. Constitution and the ratified Amendments, thereto. Owner(s) refuse to permit any access, search, audit, assessment or inspection whatsoever of this property, without the presentation of a warrant, prepared as prescribed by the 4th and 14th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution and “particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized.” Alleged zoning or land use code violations do NOT establish constitutional reasons for entering this property.

Any government official, agent or any other person(s) entering this property, without the express consent of the owner(s) and without proper warrant or reason as described above, will be considered an intruder, attempting to trespass, extort, injure, threaten, harass, intimidate or otherwise jeopardize the life and property of the owner(s) of this property. Violations can impose fines of up to $50,000 and prison sentences up to 10 years, or both, pursuant to trespass law as above listed. Use of necessary force may be used at the sole discretion of the owner(s). If notice should need to be provided to the owner(s), the mailing address is available from the County Assessor’s office. Any such notice must be mailed by U.S. Mail, postage pre-paid, Certified – Return Requested.


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