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This presents one of those issues which demonstrates how much the law favors employers. The simple answer is that yes, an employer can tow a vehicle on that basis. The reason? There isn't a law saying they can't. Certainly, there is not a law specifically giving them that right, but in the absence of a law restricting the employer's rights in regards ***** ***** on its property, the employer is free to act as they see fit.
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I understood that from your initial post. Again, the employer can do this without some law saying they can't (and there isn't one).
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