trespass on the case

Definition of "trespass on the case"
  1. A type of legal action based on common law, typically brought forward to claim compensation for an indirect injury caused by a wrongful behavior of another party
How to use "trespass on the case" in a sentence
  1. The plaintiff filed for a trespass on the case after suffering damage due to the defendant's negligence.
  2. The law firm advised their client to sue for trespass on the case as the other party's actions indirectly harmed him.
  3. In the recent lawsuit, the judge remarked on the rarity of cases involving trespass on the case.

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