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Old 12-07-2017, 08:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Tom_in_CA View post
You say that the sites are government owned. Right ? And then in your last paragraph, you seem to say that there's no law that says "no md'ing". Right ? Then are these lived-in homes ? Or just empty buildings of some sort ?

If they're lived-in-homes, then sure, you should get permission. But if they're not lived-in type homes, and they're public , and there's no "no md'ing rule", then ....
Empty buildings, they're fenced off so you can't just walk onto the property and and for some, you have to pay entry (they're basically tourist attractions).

Edit: They are also protected under some sort of heritage act so you're not allowed to remove artefacts without consent

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