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It is unlawful for any person to enter or go upon or pass over or remain upon any land of another after being personally forbidden to do so by the owner of said property, or by the person entitled to the possession thereof for the time being, or the authorized agent of either.

The provisions of this section shall not apply when its application would: (1) violate the Unruh Civil Rights Act, or any other provision of law relating to prohibited discrimination against any person on account of color, race, religion, creed, ancestry, or natural origin; (2) violate laws allowing for peaceful labor picketing or other lawful labor activities; or (3) impinge on the lawful exercise of the constitutionally protected rights of freedom of speech or assembly on outdoor property owned and controlled by a public entity during the time the property is open to the public. (Ord. 7064-NS § 1, 2008: Ord. 2829-NS § 2, 1947)