ETYM Old Fren. trespas, French trépas death. Related to Trespass.
1. A wrongful interference with the possession of property (personal property as well as realty), or the action instituted to recover damages.
2. Entry to another's property without right or permission; SYN. encroachment, violation, intrusion.
Going on to the land of another without authority. In law, a landowner has the right to eject a trespasser by the use of reasonable force and can sue for any damage caused.
A trespasser injured on another's land cannot usually recover damages from the landowner unless the latter can be held to have deliberately done him or her some positive injury.
Istup, ispad, postupak prestupnika.
1. To break the law.
2. To enter unlawfully on someone's property; SYN. intrude.
3. To make excessive use of; SYN. take advantage.