If a person with permission to enter someone’s property brings another person onto the property, are both of them considered trespassers?
Posted By Alan Sackrin on June 8, 2016
According to Florida case law as of the date of this article, when a person has the right to enter property and he or she allows a third person to enter the property each party becomes a trespasser.
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