| Commentary

186.1 Common law

| Commentary

3: CONFLICT IN THE COUNTRYSIDE

186 Litter

186.1 Common law

At common law the deposit of litter or any other material on the land of another without permission or lawful authority constitutes a trespass. Evidential and enforcement difficulties generally make this a remedy of academic rather than practical significance.

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