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Old 06-29-2016, 12:40 PM   #1
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Any Lawyers in the group: A new amendment in Tennessee...

I thought I would post this one...hard to read and figure out but I think I have.

http://www.wallerlaw.com/portalresource/sb1736
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Gmountain is a lawyer. If I'm reading that right if someone posts their property (say your doctors office) and you unarm yourself in order to enter it they are responsible for your safety from the point where you unarm (say your car) until you finish your visit and get back to your car/gun. That is awesome.
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Got to love all those good folks in Tennessee. Seems like there are some law makers that still have there wits about them. Go big Orange
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Old 06-29-2016, 01:38 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Chuck43 View Post
Gmountain is a lawyer. If I'm reading that right if someone posts their property (say your doctors office) and you unarm yourself in order to enter it they are responsible for your safety from the point where you unarm (say your car) until you finish your visit and get back to your car/gun. That is awesome.
It sort of puts a twist to the sign that says, No Firearms.
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All well and good. But the only pay off is if something does happen to you. Fatal or injured... Neither is a good outcome. Now if they arm the receptionist with a mini gun under the counter, then I'd say you are good.


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John, I think the real payoff is when people start removing those "No Guns" signs because they don't want to take on the added financial responsibility of anything happening to you.
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Chuck Is 100 percent correct. This will force people to remove the signs. If the store owner refuses then he could have problems with his Insurance Carrier making him. They come into play also.



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I thought I would post this one...hard to read and figure out but I think I have.

http://www.wallerlaw.com/portalresource/sb1736
I apologize for not seeing this post before I started mine. I will ask Chuck to close mine.



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John, I think the real payoff is when people start removing those "No Guns" signs because they don't want to take on the added financial responsibility of anything happening to you.
But they're working so well now.....
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I bet this will get other states to take a look at their Gun Free Posting. The biggest thing will be making business owners aware of the Law. I will have a few copies in my truck.



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