Legal Definition of trespasser
Note: The general rule is that the owner or possessor of real property has the duty merely to refrain from willfully, wantonly, or recklessly injuring a trespasser whose presence is known. This rule is usually applied to licensees as well, although a licensee is usually owed a higher degree of care when an entrance fee is charged or when active operations (as of machinery) are taking place on the property.
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