"No Trespass Notice Template" - Massachusetts

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No Trespass Notice
TO:______________________________________
DATE:___________________
ADDRESS:_____________________________________________
______________________________________________
DEAR _________________________________________________
This is to inform you that as of the date noted on this letter you are forbidden from entering upon the buildings
and property of the ____________________________,
Known as __________________________________________________________.
If you are found on the property after the date on which you receive this notice, you will be subject to arrest for
Trespass.
Noted below is the Chapter and Section regarding entry upon private property after being forbidden as noted in
the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated.
____________________________________________________
Cc: Cohasset Police Department
Chapter 266, Section 120
Entry upon private property after being forbidden is Trespass: Pena lties: Arrests: Tenants or occupants
excepted.
Whoever, without right, enters premises in or upon the dwelling house, building, boats or improved or enclosed
land, wharf or pier of another, after having been forbidden to do so by the person who has lawful control of said
premises, either directly or by notice posted thereon, shall be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred
dollars or by imprisonment for not more than thirty days, or both. A person who is found committing such
trespass may be arrested by a sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable or police officer and kept in a convenient place
for not more than twenty four hours, Sundays excepted until a complaint can be made against him for the
offense, and he be taken upon a warrant issued upon such complaint.
No Trespass Notice
TO:______________________________________
DATE:___________________
ADDRESS:_____________________________________________
______________________________________________
DEAR _________________________________________________
This is to inform you that as of the date noted on this letter you are forbidden from entering upon the buildings
and property of the ____________________________,
Known as __________________________________________________________.
If you are found on the property after the date on which you receive this notice, you will be subject to arrest for
Trespass.
Noted below is the Chapter and Section regarding entry upon private property after being forbidden as noted in
the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated.
____________________________________________________
Cc: Cohasset Police Department
Chapter 266, Section 120
Entry upon private property after being forbidden is Trespass: Pena lties: Arrests: Tenants or occupants
excepted.
Whoever, without right, enters premises in or upon the dwelling house, building, boats or improved or enclosed
land, wharf or pier of another, after having been forbidden to do so by the person who has lawful control of said
premises, either directly or by notice posted thereon, shall be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred
dollars or by imprisonment for not more than thirty days, or both. A person who is found committing such
trespass may be arrested by a sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable or police officer and kept in a convenient place
for not more than twenty four hours, Sundays excepted until a complaint can be made against him for the
offense, and he be taken upon a warrant issued upon such complaint.