You get a complaint about someone in your community causing problems. Upon investigation, you find out that this person is not a current resident. You do not want this person hanging around your community causing problems. What are your options?
Because your community is private property, you have the right to dictate who can and can’t be on your property. Someone who is not welcome in your community and that you don’t want on your property is considered a trespasser. When dealing with a trespasser, you can do the following:
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