Trespass to Land

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What does trespass to land mean?

trespass to land – The intentional, unconsented direct or indirect presence on, above, or below real property. Trespassers only need intent to be where they are; they don’t need to know that they’re on private property. Harm must be physical and proven to get damages.

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