What constitutes a trespass? 
This guidance note will concentrate on the most common forms of trespass which effect property management. 

  1. Trespass to land is intentionally entering on to a person’s land without permission.  
  2. Trespass to chattels/goods includes interference with another person’s private possessions without permission to do so. 

Covering Topics

  • Overview
  • Trespass to Land
  • Access to the Property
  • Emergency Access
  • Repairs or improvement?
  • Airspace
  • Trespass to Chattels/ Goods – Relevant Legislation
  • Removing Personal Belongings from the Communal Areas 
  • Further Information

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