This is an aluminum “POST NO BILLS” SIGN with WHITE BACKGROUND,BLACK LETTERS,SIZE 9X14 & holes for installation.Post sign to inform solicitors/officers of neat/clean designated area of bills/ads/flyers not allowed with multi unit facility safety sign
Construction signs are crucial for both safety and
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construction signs as required by the NYC Dept. of buildings (DOB)
for safety and preventing injuries and complying with construction site
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Post No Bills sign-Placement of Unsolicited Advertisements on Private Property: It is illegal for any person to place or allow to be placed any unsolicited advertisement where the property owner has posted a sign “post no bills”. There is a rebuttable presumption that the person whose name, telephone number, or other identifying information appears on any unsolicited advertising materials that are left at two or more premises shall be liable for any violations of this section. If the material contains more than a de minimis amount of news, it is not subject to a violation of this section.
Violations of this section shall be enforceable through property owner complaint forms submitted to DSNY by property owners. The complaint form may be obtained on DSNY’s website or by calling 311 or visiting nyc.gov/311.
Related Law: NYS General Business Law §397-a
New York Consolidated Laws, Penal Law - PEN § 145.30 Unlawfully posting advertisements
1. A person is guilty of unlawfully posting advertisements when, having no right to do so nor any reasonable ground to believe that he has such right, he posts, paints or otherwise affixes to the property of another person any advertisement, poster, notice or other matter designed to benefit a person other than the owner of the property.
2. Where such matter consists of a commercial advertisement, it shall be presumed that the vendor of the specified product, service or entertainment is a person who placed such advertisement or caused it to be placed upon the property.
Unlawfully posting advertisements is a violation
NY Penal Law § 145.30: Unlawfully posting advertisements
"Post no bills" is a common phrase on scaffolding and walls around New York. Advertisements for concerts, parties, products, and services are seemingly everywhere in New York. In some cases multiple copies of the same advertisement covers an entire wall. Despite the prevalence of such posted advertisements, it is generally against the law to post them. Under New York Penal Law § 145.30, it is illegal to post an advertisement on another person's property without permission.
Unlawfully posting advertisements is not a New York misdemeanor or felony charge, but it is still a violation. A conviction under New York Penal Law 145.30 could result in a jail sentence of up to 15 days. However, this act is not considered a crime. For this reason, even if convicted, the act would not go on one’s criminal record.
New York Penal Law 145.30: Unlawfully posting advertisements
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For more information about what is required, see the laws that are referenced and the rules applicable to your city and state. This page is for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice or as a statement of law. You may wish to consult with an attorney.
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This is an aluminum “Do Not Post Bills” SIGN with holes for HEAVY DUTY installation. In NYC use/post sign to inform tenants/owners/guests/officers/public of area with bill posting not allowed in facility with proper HPD designation and aluminum signs