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trespass to land

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Trespass to land
Trespass to land is a common law tort or crime that is committed when an individual or the object of an individual intentionally (or, in Australianegligently) enters the land of another without a lawful excuse. Trespass to land is actionable per se. Thus, the party whose land is entered upon may sue even if no actual harm is done. In some jurisdictions, this rule may also apply to entry upon public land having restricted access. A court may order payment of damages or an injunction to remedy the tort.

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Trespass To Land
One is liable to another for tresspass, irrespective of whether he thereby causes harm to any legally protected interest of the other, if he intentionally (a) enters the land in the possession of the other, or causes a third thing or person to do so, (b) remains on the land or (c) fails to remove a thing he is under a duty to remove.

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