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									NO TRESPASSING SIGN POSTING NOTICE Certified Receipt Letter County Sheriff and Dept. staff Board of Supervisors and staff County Commissioners and staff Director of the Planning Dept. and all staff, County Counsel and staff Governor of the State Attorney General of the State Please hereby be advised that our property has posted legal NO TRESPASSING signage. We have installed strongly-worded NO TRESPASSING signs on our property located at: (Place address and APN number here) This letter will serve as constructive notice to the all of you addressed above. Be advised that we will consider any trespassing by any government agent for any reason, other than police, fire or medical emergencies, without our express written permission, as a violation of USC Title 18, Sections 241 and 242 and any other applicable federal or state civil or criminal trespass statutes. If such trespass occurs, we will consider the government agent/trespasser as an intruder and will take all lawful means to expel the intruder. Any evidence gathered by said government agent used against us for any reason, will be challenged in court as having been gathered in violation of law. You are hereby notified that the owner’s of this property requires 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. Owners 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 to the U. S. Constitution and "particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized". Alleged zoning, land use code, or environmental protection violations, do not establish constitutional reasons for entering this property. A government official, agent, or any other person(s) entering this property without the express consent of the owners and without proper warrant 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 of this property. Violations can trigger fines of up to $10,000 and prison sentences of 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 owners. Respectfully protecting our Constitutional rights, Date:______________

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