Trespass to Land cases

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1. The landowner owns as much airspace 'as is necessary for ordinary use and enjoyment of land' - Temporary drone, not trespass

  • Bernstein v Skyviews
  • Harrison v Duke of Ruthland
  • Anchor v Berkley
  • Anderson v Bryan
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2. Subsoil beneath public roads belongs to owners on either side - used road to scare away birds, TP's on subsoil

  • Smith v Stone
  • Bernstein v Skyviews
  • Harrison v Duke of Rutland
  • Westripp v Baldock

3. Trespass is any direct entry or interference with land - Ladder

  • Westripp v Baldock
  • Bernstein v Skyviews
  • Delaney v Smith
  • Anderson v Bryan

4. Landowner owns subsoil on his land - concrete poured into fence post holes

  • Delaney v Smith
  • Anderson v Bryan
  • Bernstein v Skyviews
  • DPP v Jones

5. Taking something away from C's land can be a trespass - grass cutting

  • Bassely v Clarkson
  • Smith v Stone
  • Revill v Newbury
  • The 6 Carpenters

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