Can commercial property owners or managers restrict, prohibit or control people from coming onto their property with licensed handguns? Yes. They can post signs on the commercial property, stating such prohibition of concealed or unconcealed weapons or both. Can commercial tenants be held to the same restrictions? No. Commercial tenants may carry if they lease spaces — such as stand-alone buildings — open only to them, unless it’s written in their leases that they can’t. However, if they pass through parking lots or other public areas, they’re subject to imposed restrictions. Can you restrict or prohibit guns in locked cars in parking lots? No, except for convicted felons. However, owners and managers aren’t liable in any civil action for any occurrences resulting from their decision to either prohibit or permit the storing of guns and ammo in such locked cars located in the parking lots, unless they commit criminal acts involving the use of such firearms and ammo in the locked cars parked in such parking lots. What happens to licensed carriers who ignore posted restrictions? Owners and managers can deny entrance onto their property, if they know ahead of time that people are carrying. If they discover a firearm, they may ask carriers to leave. If a person refuses to leave and a peace officer is summoned, the violator may be cited and fined up to $250.