Laws and Regulations

Our interpretation of the various laws, regulations and restrictions pertaining to survival, self-reliance and self defense. Please note that we are not lawyers, and this is NOT legal advice.

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Virginia Trespassing Laws: What You Need to Know

Virginia: Fast Facts on Trespassing Trespass Law Covers: Buildings, Dwellings, Land Crime Class: Misdemeanor, some specific violations are felonies. Fencing Required?: No. Signage Required?: Yes, for protection of law on certain properties. Verbal Notice Required?: No, but counts as notice against entry. Virginia Trespassing Law Overview Virginia has many statutes covering trespassing, but the majority …

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Utah Trespassing Laws: What You Need to Know

Utah: Fast Facts on Trespassing Trespass Law Covers: Buildings, Dwellings, Land, Vehicles Crime Class: Misdemeanor Fencing Required?: No, but counts as required notice against entry. Signage Required?: No, but counts as required notice against entry. Verbal Notice Required?: No, but counts as required notice against entry. Utah Trespassing Law Overview Trespassing in Utah is a …

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Stand Your Ground / Self-Defense Laws in Missouri

Missouri is a state with excellent self-defense laws on the books, including what is probably the premier version of stand-your-ground laws in the nation. Missouri provisionally allows citizens to use lethal force in order to protect themselves, or protect someone else against the threat of death or great bodily harm, and additionally they may use …

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