Form 1300, No Trespass Notice


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What is a No Trespass Notice?

It is a short, one-page notice about the prohibition of being on your private property. According to Chapter 266, Section 120 of General Law, every owner of a house, a fenced area, a pier, a boat, etc., has the right to prohibit entry and stay on their territory to any person orally or in writing.

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What do I need the Printable Trespass Notice Form for?

  • If you think that the presence of any person in the territory that is on your property is undesirable, you can prohibit them from doing so.
  • A template is needed to create three copies. You must hand one to the violator, leave the second for your own records, and send the third to the nearest police station.
  • If an undesirable person appears on your territory again, you have the right to call the police and demand an arrest.
  • This notice will be required for further litigation.

How to Fill Out the Notice of Trespass Form?

  1. Enter the full name of the person who is denied entry, their address, SSN, and other data that you know.
  2. Enter your personal or business name, current address, and date of issuance of the document.
  3. Type in the full address of the property (personal or business) to which you wish to deny access.
  4. Enter the exact date and time of the incident and sign the file. Another responsible person, such as a manager, can also sign the form.
  5. Give a copy to the unwanted person, and do not forget to send the document to the police station.

Organizations that work with No Trespass Notice

  • Police Department
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