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The unlawful interference with someone's personal or property rights. In a lawsuit, the property owner does not need to prove physical damage to the property in order to recover monetary damages,because the damage is to the exclusive ownership and possessory rights of the owner. However,modern courts do require some evidence that the trespass was intentional; older law did not differentiate between intentional and accidental trespass.In many states,the duty of care a property owner has to avoid unsafe conditions that might harm persons coming on the property is much less for a trespasser than for those who are invited.
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We worship a God who does not count our trespasses against
us, who gives us not what is due to us but rather what is good for us, and this, not as entitlement, but as grace.
He offends friends of his own class because he fails to respect their protection of the women they love or are engaged to marry, he trespasses against
kings because he fails to respect royal protection, and he attacks women because they rightly rely upon the security of men's promises of marriage to engage in sexual relations.
We will be vigilant in trying to stop the excessive regulations created by the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and other trespasses against