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(A) It is unlawful for any person to park an automobile or other vehicle, or to place any structure or object on the driveway, yard or property of another without the expressed or tacit consent by the owner or person in charge thereof, or when necessary for the performance of a duty, or where the property is provided as public parking and the general use of the property is not restricted by signs or proper markings.
(B) Where entry with any vehicle is made upon real property owned or legally occupied by another without the owner's or occupant's consent, except on
unrestricted public parking, and is complained of by the owner or legal occupant of the premises, the burden is put upon the person making the entry to show that permission for the entry was given.
(Prior Code, § 11-208) Penalty, see § 10.99