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    The venue apartments

    Anyone know if they are open carry friendly?

    Thanks!

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    If you have a lease with them, it doesn't really matter.
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    Also chase bank, anyone?

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada carrier View Post
    If you have a lease with them, it doesn't really matter.

    So in Nevada my lease doesn't only cover my apartment but also the grounds?

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    I would not worry about your apt complex. You have the right to come and go from your place of residency and unless they have something written into your lease that you agreed to by signing it, they can't say squat about it.

    Most banks don't say anything either. Don't worry about it. At the most all they can do is tell you to leave. At that point you get to decide if you want to continue your relationship with them or take your biz elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdholmes View Post
    So in Nevada my lease doesn't only cover my apartment but also the grounds?
    You have a right to come and go from your home, and all rights guaranteed by the US and Nevada constitution are protected in anyplace you have a lawful right to be. In your apartment complex. If you have a lease, you have the lawful right to be. For them to revoke your lawful right to come and go from your home, they can begin eviction proceedings. You can file for a stay of eviction if you contest the legality of the eviction. This is why you can not just be put out on the street on the spot. Renters have rights just like private property owners. While it is true that a private property owner can trespass you, it's not the same when you are renting a residence to someone. If you have done something illegal, the owner's only recourse would be to obtain a restraining order, but then Open Carry of firearms is not illegal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdholmes View Post
    Also chase bank, anyone?

    Thanks again!
    Chase is gun friendly. Their policy is to follow state law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegasche1023 View Post
    Chase is gun friendly. Their policy is to follow state law.
    Actually they have no corporate policy, but does appear to allow carry based on state law. That said, Chase as a corporation is decidedly anti-gun (see http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...se-Bank-Policy for details) and I closed my accounts with them some time ago.

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    Read that guys personal letter response. Woah! I knew chase sucked, but had no idea why. In my job they take sometimes 30 days to return refunds....etc. That puts big burdon on me! But now I have a personal issue with em!. Not only do they suck at their job, they suck for sucking sake!.

    This was from a long ways back, only ready about 15 or so responses before I typed thid, so maybe they changed....

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