How do you define the tort of 'trespass to land'?

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Trespass to land is a common law tort that is committed when an individual, or the object of an individual, intentionally enters the land of another without a lawful excuse.

For such a tort to hold up in court, generally the plaintiff must prove that the said trespasser damaged property of some kind.
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