trespass de bonis asportatis

Definition of "trespass de bonis asportatis"
  1. Refers to a common-law legal action taken to recover losses incurred when someone unlawfully removes property owned by someone else
How to use "trespass de bonis asportatis" in a sentence
  1. After her valuable paintings were unlawfully removed from her home, she filed a case of trespass de bonis asportatis against the burglar.
  2. Trespass de bonis asportatis is brought into action when a person's property has been illegally transported without their consent.
  3. The attorney suggested a claim of trespass de bonis asportatis because of the unauthorized removal of the company's equipment.

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