Position at common law

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Unlawful entry or interference with land that is sufficient to amount to a trespass can occur in several ways. Some obvious examples of an unlawful entry onto land are when someone: wrongfully sets foot on or oversails land to which they do not have rights of access pulls down or destroys anything permanently fixed to...

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