I have a question about the definition of "premises under the person's control" as used in Texas Penal Code Section 46.02 Unlawful Carrying Weapons. It's clear that "premises" means real property or an RV, which includes buildings, rooms, land, driveways, etc. However, "control" is not defined. Renting or leasing property, such as an apartment or hotel room, clearly satisfies any reasonable meaning of "control." But does "control" extend to all legal occupants of premises? For example, occupants of a hotel room, other than the one who reserved and is paying for the room; or residents of a private address who do not share ownership of the property. And how does this affect guests? It would be highly unlikely to result in an arrest, but would it technically be illegal for me to carry (open carry, or concealed without a license) on a friend's property, with his knowledge and consent?