It may not be totally separate from the lease - check what your lease says about firearms, and what it says about your obligation to follow the resident handbook. You might also check Indiana law - in Ohio, they cannot prohibit your possession of a handgun if you have a CHL. I don't know if Indiana has any provisions affecting the tenant / landlord relationship with regards to firearms.This is something totally separate from the lease. This was just something that was left at my door when I got home.
This is something totally separate from the lease. This was just something that was left at my door when I got home.
So, they must also refuse to rent to any city, country, state or federal law enforcement officer/agent, who may be required to have a firearm in his/her possession even when off-duty? Otherwise their notice would be an act of discrimination! And, like good little corporate Nazi's, they want neighbors to inform upon one another. Personally, I'd find another domicile. Pax...
Pay close attention and you'll see that it also mentions the "possession" of firearms. That's the part that concerns me.i read this a notice to the residents to not discharge firearms during the upcoming holiday...nothing more nothing less? your residents may have a history of discharging firearms w/o regard to newton's concepts applied to bullets, and they want to nip it in the bud.
Yes. As far as that statement goes, which is not far enough.
With all due respect, it doesn't matter what you think - what matters is how the law reads.I would not consider laying a flyer by the door proper notice.