One who has committed trespass. One who intentionally and without consent or privilege enters another's property. One who enters upon property of another without any right, lawful authority, or express or implied invitation, permission, or license, not in performance of any duties to owner, but merely for his own purpose, pleasure or convenience. Mendoza v. City of Corpus Christi, Tex.App. 13 Dist, 700 S.W.2d 652, 654.
- innocent trespasser.
@ joint trespassers
Two or more who unite in committing a trespass
@ trespasser ab initio
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Trespasser from the beginning. A term applied to a tort-feasor whose acts relate back so as to make a previous act, at the time innocent, unlawful; as if he enter peaceably, and subsequently commit a breach of the peace, his entry is considered a trespass

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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