Property Rights And Trespassing

This law does not apply if you are a female (discrimination) and reside in Montrose, Lee County, Iowa. https://docs.google.com/document/d/17XlmSGV1qezmQLKiSkHFZ8VD01SsYRurQAX_bnQ5lfk/edit?usp=sharing

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Did you know that occupying on private land protected by Property rights is considered a trespass? The law will find you guilty and can send you away for a couple of months or pay some hefty fee you’ll probably regret. So to avoid such a debacle, here are some facts about property rights and trespassing you should know about:

What Constitutes a Trespass?

If you physically cross the boundary into someone else’s property, that’s a trespass. Property intrusion will either be on the land itself, above the surface or below the surface as well. So if you dig your way past someone’s property boundary or fly a plan or drone above the ground, you have already trespassed.

Intentional or Unintentional?

Intentional trespassing is when a person willingly crosses the boundary to someone’s property. It doesn’t matter whether the individual didn’t have the intention or clue they are trespassing; such an…

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