Trespass Act (Cap. 294). | Land Portal

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This Act prohibits the trespassing and some related activities, without reasonable excuse, on private land or any land in possession of a person other than the one trespassing. It shall be an offence to enter private land without reasonable excuse or consent of the occupier or to cultivate such land or graze stock on such land. Other offences here defined include trespass with the intent to steal stock or agricultural produce and presence in a proclaimed district, as defined in the Stock and Produce Theft Act, in circumstances which may reasonably lead to the belief that he or she is there for the purpose of stealing stock or agricultural produce and trespass in a stock enclosure. The Act further defines powers of enforcement of the police, general penalties and remedial action by Court against offenders.

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