trespass vi et armis

Definition of "trespass vi et armis"
  1. A Latin term indicating a trespass committed intentionally, using force and potentially causing harm to another individual
How to use "trespass vi et armis" in a sentence
  1. When a person breaks into a home, they may be charged with trespass vi et armis if they harm the residents.
  2. Trespass vi et armis is a claim often used when a person intentionally causes physical damage to another.
  3. Forcibly entering private property and causing damage can be categorized under trespass vi et armis.

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