October 4 - October 4, 2010 Intentional Torts (against...

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October 4, 2010 Intentional Torts (against property) Types of Property: o Real property – real estate – legal term used to describe earth, land and the things that are attached to it houses, buildings, towers, machines; always tangible o Personal property – everything else, books, intellectual property, cars; can be tangible or intangible o Fixture : a piece of personal property but because of the occurrence of the events becomes real property. Ex: big screen in classroom was personal property in the warehouse but when it was sold to Miami, Miami attached it to the building with the intention of it staying there throughout the life of the building so it became real property Trespass to Realty trespass to real property – a person who intentionally enters on or remains on the land of another without the owners consent. Or a person causes someone to enter a persons land without his intent. Harm does not have to be an element for this crime to have taken place. o
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