a business owner filed a no trespass order against me because i have contested his unreasonable charges for services
It’s difficult to imagine that the business owner filed a No Trespass Order against you simply because you contested his unreasonable charges for services... Could you have been vehemently protesting your discontent, at his property, and then he asked you to leave.. but you didnt? That would be more reasonable I’m thinking.
But no... you don’t need or get a court review of said no trespass order, unless of course you are alleged to have violated said enough trespass order, in which case the criminal action then pending against you is about we’re you given proper notice; not necessarily if the notice given to you was righteously given in the first place.
Prior court review of a no trespass order is not required.
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