Other Form Of Trespass


1. That the offender enters the closed premises or the fenced estate
   of another;
2. That the entrance is made while either of them is uninhabited;
3. That the prohibition to enter be manifest; and
4. That the trespasser has not secured the permission of the owner or
   the caretaker thereof.

Premises: signifies distinct and definite locality. It may mean a room,
shop, building or definite area, but in either case, locality is fixed.

Other Forms Of Trespass


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