I understand that, but does private property count as well?
There is no private property exception to this rule.
If you're carrying concealed under authority of a CPL, you must disclose.
There is some conversation as to whether you must disclose on your own
private property, since you technically don't need a CPL to carry concealed there, but the general consensus is that you're better off disclosing to avoid a costly lawsuit.
Right, but if you're on YOUR private property, you are no longer carrying CC under the authority of your CPL yes?¬*
The CPL law basically says if you're carrying concealed, you must disclose.
There's no exception to it.
So technically, failure to disclose, even on your own private property, could net you an infraction.
An attorney would argue that you weren't carrying under authority of your CPL, and the Prosecutor would argue that the CPL statute doesn't take that into account, thus it doesn't matter - you should disclose.
What I'm saying to you is that you should disclose so you don't have to find out if you're right or wrong. You gave up that part of your right to privacy when you got the privilege of carrying concealed, and those are waters I'm not testing.