One who enters upon another's land, or violates his rights.
A trespasser is the individual who enters land without the owner's permission.
person who encroaches or intrudes on another's property, land, etc.
someone who intrudes on the privacy or property of another without permission
a person who enters another's property without invitation or consent
a person who enters or remains on the land of another without a privilege or consent to do so
a person who enters or remains on the land of another without permission or privilege
a person who enters the land of another without the other's consent and without any other authority
a person who enters the owner's property without the owner's express or implied permission
a person who goes onto land without invitation of any sort and whose presence is unknown to the occupier
a person who goes upon the premises of another without an express or implied invitation, for his or her own purposes, and not in the performance of any duty to the owner
a person who goes upon the premises of another without permission and without an invitation, express or implied
a person who intrudes upon another person's property for his own reasons, without any purpose other than his own
a term used in the law of torts , property , and criminal law to describe an individual who is trespassing on a property, that is, without the permission of the owner
A person who is on the premises without the owner’s express or implied permission.
One who enters property of another without permission. A property owner generally is obligated to avoid intentional injury to trespassers and do so by a full disclosure of all information material to the proposed contract.
In civil law, a person who enters land without invitation, permission or privilege.
A person who without consent or privilege enters a property.
One who enters the premises of another without invitation or permission, expressed or implied, but merely for his own convenience or out of curiosity; unlawful entry upon the land of another.
One who unlawfully enters the land of another.
A person who is on the premises of a person, company or organization without the express or implied consent of the owner.
one who goes on another's premises without permission. A property owner owes a trespasser a lower degree of care (i.e. the "duty owed" element of NEGLIGENCE) than he does an INVITEE or LICENSEE. His duty to a trespasser is to not willfully cause injury to him. The concept of ATTRACTIVE NUISANCE is an exception to this.
An individual who goes onto another person's property without any legal right to do so. The only duty that the owner of the property owes a trespasser is not to intentionally harm or set a trap for him.