What to do in case your property is Trespassed?
By Team Legistify / 2016-03-31
Trespass is the physical obstruction by a person with another's property or person. It is a common law term used to denote a wide range of offences regarding the person or his/her property.

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A person is entitled to avoid intrusion of others from his bundle of rights, which together are called property. This notion gives the rise to the concept of Trespass. Trespass is the physical obstruction by a person with another's property or person. It is a common law term used to denote a wide range of offences regarding the person or his/her property. Trespass can be generally classified into two types; Civil Trespass and Criminal Trespass.

Types of Trespass

Civil Trespass

Originally concieved as a civil matter, a tort of trespass occurs when there is an immediate impedance with the right of the owner to enjoy his property by someone, unlawfully entering into the owner's property without consent. The intention to enter into the property is immaterial in this case.

Criminal Trespass

Trespass is the physical obstruction by a person with another's property or person. It is a common law term used to denote a wide range of offences regarding the person or his/her property.

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