Comment 78345

By alhambra (anonymous) | Posted June 11, 2012 at 23:30:50 in reply to Comment 78343

Harrison v Carswell (a close call) said you don't have a right to protest on private land. It's a property law question of what rights a private owner has - is it a right to exclude the whole world? If so who does the 'no trespassing' sign apply to? Is there fine print saying (except for members of the conservative party and users of EZ Dry Klean)?

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