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    So here is a good question.

    We all know that it is legal to carry a firearm on private property without a permit.

    Say you live in apartment complex. The apartment grounds are considered private property. Since you pay money to live there you are technically leasing a private dwelling and all property owned by the complexaccessible to the people that live there.

    That being said. If the leasing agent has no clause in the lease pertaining to not being able to carry a firearm would a person be legal in doing so?

    I would think the same would apply when renting a home.

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    You should read the http://www.indianahandgunlaw.com/ book.

    Right off hand, I belive it says the Appartment itself is your leased/rented property, and ok to carry without a permit, but the common areas, including right outside your door in the hallway, you better have a permit.

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    ralphb72 wrote:
    You should read the http://www.indianahandgunlaw.com/ book.

    Right off hand, I belive it says the Appartment itself is your leased/rented property, and ok to carry without a permit, but the common areas, including right outside your door in the hallway, you better have a permit.
    I've heard of this book. Planned on getting it. Are there any other books out there pertaining to IN law?
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    ralphb72 wrote:
    You should read the http://www.indianahandgunlaw.com/ book.

    Right off hand, I belive it says the Appartment itself is your leased/rented property, and ok to carry without a permit, but the common areas, including right outside your door in the hallway, you better have a permit.
    Sounds right. In Florida this was the case, anything deemed "common area" was just that, so you could only carry (without a permit) basically in your unit or on your porch. Some argument was made over assigned parking spaces, I don't recall the verdict on that :P

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