Trespass to the land

Trespass to the land
The intentional and direct interference with the claimant's possession of land
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Smith and Stone (No Trespass)
If someone else forcefully throws you onto another person's land
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Basely v Clarkson (Trespassed)
If you thought you were on your own land but innocently strayed onto your neighbours.
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Bocardo v Star Energy (Land, subsoil)
Trespass in below of the claimant's property, without acquiring contractual licence and amount to an action in trespass to land.
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Kelsen v Imperial Tobacco (Land, airspace)
The defendant's advertisement sign that jutted out eight inches into the area above the claimant's shop was a trespass.
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Bernstein v Skyviews & General Ltd (Land, airspace)
A trespass is not committed if an aircraft flies above property at a reasonable height having regard to be prevailing conditions.
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Southwark London Borough Council v Williams (Necessity)
Squatters who occupied a number of the council's empty properties claimed necessity as their defence.
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Card 2

Front

If someone else forcefully throws you onto another person's land

Back

Smith and Stone (No Trespass)

Card 3

Front

If you thought you were on your own land but innocently strayed onto your neighbours.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Trespass in below of the claimant's property, without acquiring contractual licence and amount to an action in trespass to land.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

The defendant's advertisement sign that jutted out eight inches into the area above the claimant's shop was a trespass.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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