\fˈɔːsəbə͡l tɹˈɛspəs], \fˈɔːsəbəl tɹˈɛspəs], \f_ˈɔː_s_ə_b_əl t_ɹ_ˈɛ_s_p_ə_s]\
Definitions of FORCIBLE TRESPASS
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In North Carolina, this is an invasion of the rights of anotherwith respect to his personal property, of the same character, or under the samecircumstances, which would constitute a "forcible entry and detainer" of real property atcommon law. It consists in taking or seizing the personal property of another by force,violence, or intimidation. Stale v. Lawson, 123 X. C. 740, 31 S. E. 007, 08 Am. St. Rep.S44; State v. Barefoot, SO X. C. 507; State v. Ray. 32 X. C. 40; State v. Sowls, 01 N. C.151; State v. Laney, S7 X. C. 535.
By Henry Campbell Black