18yo CC at work, Legal in MI?

18yo CC at work, Legal in MI?

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    18yo CC at work, Legal in MI?

    Is it legal in Michigan for a 18 year old to conceal carry a pistol while at work if given permission by the owner of the company and property? Obviously the 18yo doesn't have a CPL, but it's private property, so I'm not sure about it.
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    sorry to say,to carry concealed(legally)in michigan, you have to
    be 21 to receivce cpl. see www.michigan state police.com for
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    I'm 18 and I carry at my grandpas business, I found out its much easier to go to a local police station or sheriff's office and have them answer all your questions. Just make a few phone calls

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    Private property is private and CPL is not required if the owner. I'm really not sure about an employee. I wouldn't want the liability of a under 21 non CPL carrying in my business.
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    you can at your own house, so i would think so, but im no lawyer.
    all around and ask a few experts. (like a lawyer, not a local LEO)
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    Gray area. You have to be 21yo to obtain a CPL. You can be 18 and open carry with no permit (except in/on a vehicle you need a CPL).

    You do not need a CPL to carry concealed on your property. Because of your age I do not know if this applies to you as well.

    The person to contact in your area is your county district attorney. (S)He is the one who brings the charges. I would get it in writing from them, not the police.

    What county? UP or downstate?
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