Worksheet 4.2 - A house adjacent to a lake is an example of...

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A house adjacent to a lake is an example of real property. Trespass to land requires that a person remain on the land. For trespass to land occur you have to enter onto, above, or below the land surface owned by another. A real property owner must establish that a person is a trespasser. A guest in your home is typically not a trespasser. Trespass to land has nothing to do with obtaining permission for use of that land. false You are given permission to use Alvie's land for a one-day, all-terrain vehicle event. Your own truck breaks down during the event, so you leave it on Alvie's property. Most likely you have committed: trespass to land Jack sees an injured person lying on Frank's property. Jack crosses Frank's property to rescue the injured

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