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Was the mere unauthorized entry, without any actual damage to it or the land into an unenclosed land of another, an act of trespass?


Every unauthorized intrusion into the land of another is a sufficient trespass to support a claim for the same, whether the land be actually enclosed or not. And from every such entry the law infers some damage; if nothing more, the treading down the grass or shrubbery.

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