A change, during 2020, in Title 18, of the Pennsylvania Crimes Code (2019 Act 103), gives Pennsylvania landowners the option of using purple paint, rather than signs, to post their properties and alert others that lands are private and trespassing isn’t permitted. The Pennsylvania Game Commission has summaries of this recent law on its web … Continue reading PURPLE PAINT MEANS NO TRESPASSING
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By Matthew T. Hovey, Esquire A story in the national headlines this week raises the interesting question of whether you can file for custody of a pet in Pennsylvania. According to msnbc.com, Craig Dershowitz of New York, reportedly, spent over $60,000 in legal fees attempting to gain custody of the dog he shared with his … Continue reading Free Knux! — but not in Pennsylvania. Can you file for custody of a pet?