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1intruso masculineintrusa feminine[ S ]trespassers will be prosecuted — propiedad privada feminine
- That is, the tortfeasor, the trespasser, is liable not only for the tort of trespass but for what has been called the fruits of the trespass.
- The remedies available with regard to the fruits of the trespass in the hands of the trespasser would be an injunction, and we would accept that.
- The fact that the claimant was a trespasser is, from the defendant's point of view, purely fortuitous.
- As noted above, at common law the trespasser received the least protection of any entrant on the occupier's premises.
- This is the same principle as allows a licensee who is in de facto possession to evict a trespasser.
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