continuing trespass

Definition of "continuing trespass"
  1. A persistent, unlawful possession or intrusion onto someone else's property, for instance, by constructing a structure that extends into a neighbor's land
How to use "continuing trespass" in a sentence
  1. The neighbor continued to dump trash in his backyard, resulting in a continuing trespass.
  2. Despite several warnings, the construction of the house extended onto my property, constituting a continuing trespass.
  3. His habit of parking on our lawn turned into a case of continuing trespass.

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