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    What constitutes trespassing on private property?
    Some say the right to exclude others is what makes something private property. An invasion of the right to exclude is called a trespass. A trespass is an intentional, wrongful entry onto another person’s land, without the owner’s permission and without a legal privilege to do so

    A trespass may be intentional or negligent. A person commits an intentional trespass as long as she intentionally takes the action that interferes with the plaintiff’s right to exclude. An entry resulting from intentional action is a trespass even if the trespasser didn’t mean to trespass or didn’t realize that her action would be a trespass, unless perhaps a court feels that the trespasser’s mistake was excusable.

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