trespass


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Synonyms for trespass

Synonyms for trespass

to violate a moral or divine law

to enter forcibly or illegally

an act or instance of breaking a law or regulation or of nonfulfillment of an obligation or promise, for example

the act of entering a building or room with the intent to commit theft

an advance beyond proper or legal limits

Synonyms for trespass

a wrongful interference with the possession of property (personal property as well as realty), or the action instituted to recover damages

entry to another's property without right or permission

enter unlawfully on someone's property

make excessive use of

pass beyond (limits or boundaries)

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In 2015, there were 60 reports of trespass across the region during the summer, resulting in 2086 minutes of delays to passengers.
Elizabeth Jean Hulsey, 34, of Eugene, was cited for second-degree criminal trespass.
The ERA ruled the charge nurse had been unjustifiably disadvantaged by the suspension and the trespass notice.
What is the concept of trespass beneath land, and a landowner's recourse when faced with such an event?
When Delia reaches the mystifying Trespass Island, she not only finds her grandmother unhappy to see her, but also finds there are other difficult aspects of life on the island, and she's now Stuck mere.
application of the common law tort of trespass to cases arising from
Outdoor clothing specialists Trespass joined the Eagles Meadow shopping centre.
In particular, there are open questions about whether subsurface hydraulic fracturing of a natural gas well that extends into another's property constitutes a trespass for which the value of gas drained as a result of the fracturing may be recovered as damages and/or injunctive relief.
Generally, trespass to chattel punishes one who interferes with the use of another's personal property, or chattel.
But they trespass in the moral sense evoked in the Lord's Prayer "forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us" committing countless sins in their desperation to preserve what they believe is theirs.
Lympus disagreed, The Daily Inter Lake notes, "saying the definition of trespass requires a person or thing to enter the property of another .
Many young people don't appreciate the risks involved if they do trespass on the Metro as there are many hidden dangers.
Negligence allegations generally form the core of tort actions for environmental contamination, but nuisance and trespass claims also have particular value in the right case.
A charge of aiding and abetting trespass was also dropped against Olivia Agate, 66, of Cleasby Road, Menston, near Leeds, West Yorkshire.
Trespass cases from the court of Common Pleas provide insight into cases of consensual abduction--wives who deserted their husbands with the help of a friend or family member.