trespass to the person

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trespass to the person,

n inap-propriate interference with another individual; proof of injury to the individual not required.
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But if I were in ‘Duke’s place, I would stick up advertisements to-morrow morning, forbidding all persons to shoot, or trespass in any manner, on my woods.
He brings actions for trespass; I bring actions for trespass.
But don't trespass too far on my indulgence--don't insinuate again that a woman who is good enough (if she died this night) to go to heaven, is
Also, it was a clear case of trespass, for Watson had trespass signs upon his boundaries, though he never enforced them.
Mr Allworthy had given the fellow strict orders, on pain of forfeiting his place, never to trespass on any of his neighbours; no more on those who were less rigid in this matter than on the lord of this manor.
He was as good as his word: for he rode immediately to his house, and complained of the trespass on his manor in as high terms and as bitter language as if his house had been broken open, and the most valuable furniture stole out of it.
But for your interest and consequent trespass," Hamel remarked, "I should probably have found the roof off and the whole place in ruins.
contamination trespass claims, many jurisdictions are still without a
And I did not trespass into her residence," said M.
Outdoor clothing specialists Trespass joined the Eagles Meadow shopping centre.
PEOPLE who trespass on railway tracks are being warned they face on-the-spot fines and court action.
Track owners Network Rail recorded nearly 700 railway crimes, with 548 cases of trespass and 108 cases of vandalism to lines throughout the country.