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plankowner
03-04-2012, 4:08 PM
have a friend that runs a couple of portable taco stands can they legaly carry since it is their place of business? forgot to add has all licenses and everything he needs to legally run this.

Librarian
03-04-2012, 4:20 PM
Maybe. If it's a truck.

If it's a drop-off stand, probably not.

He should consult his lawyer, and point the lawyer at the California court case People v. Marotta (1981) 128 Cal.App.3d Supp. 1 (http://login.findlaw.com/scripts/callaw?dest=ca/calapp3d/128/supp1.html)

ZirconJohn
03-04-2012, 4:27 PM
If the business theory doesn't cut ice...

Tell your friend to install a cot, a wash room and call it home... then good to go!

This tongue-in-cheek of course... :D

But uhhhhh... :rolleyes: maybe not :shrug:

G-forceJunkie
03-04-2012, 4:48 PM
INAL, but I guess if its a truck, he could inside. Outside, in "public space" no.

Clinton
03-04-2012, 5:30 PM
What if he keeps one hand on the cart at all times?:D

Rossi357
03-04-2012, 7:42 PM
Can a hooker carry if she/he works in an alley?

HK-DEMON-
03-04-2012, 7:54 PM
Well since it's a business, and im sure large amounts of money are handled daily, shouldnt he be able to qualify for a CCW?

tyrist
03-04-2012, 8:02 PM
Not without a license to carry in the state of California.

press1280
03-05-2012, 12:41 AM
In most states, for the carry/business exception the business must be a fixed location(like no cabs).

jbush
03-05-2012, 4:17 AM
I would say no. Some years back I would carry at a business I owned on days we handled large amounts of cash. ? The issue became carrying while in the parking lot helping customers load items in their cars. I am assuming the taco stand is set up in a parking lot or public street. No go.

Scarecrow Repair
03-05-2012, 10:05 AM
Can a hooker carry if she/he works in an alley?

Only in her place of business .....:eek:

Uxi
03-05-2012, 10:14 AM
If the business theory doesn't cut ice...

Tell your friend to install a cot, a wash room and call it home... then good to go!

This tongue-in-cheek of course... :D

But uhhhhh... :rolleyes: maybe not :shrug:

Hmm do mobile-homes count as homes instead of cars? What about a truck with a camper on the back?

Decoligny
03-05-2012, 10:52 AM
Hmm do mobile-homes count as homes instead of cars? What about a truck with a camper on the back?

Only when being used as a "home".

If you are driving it down the freeway, it is a vehicle.
If it is parked and being used as a camper, then it is a home.
If you are cooking dinner or watching the evening news in your easy chair, then you shoul be good to go for concealed carry, or open carry inside the mobile home, or camper.