See If You Can Answer This MBE Question!

A group of children often play on the grass behind their home. Sometimes the children play beyond their property and in the neighbor’s field. The neighbor repeatedly told the children’s parents that he does not want anyone crossing into his field. The children’s parents however forgot to tell their children to stay out of the field. In a suit for damages under trespass, will the neighbor prevail?

 

(A) No, because the children did not know that they were not welcome on the neighbor’s property.

(B)Yes, because the neighbor did not invite the children to play on his field.

(C) No, because there was no damage done to the property.

(D) No, because there was no fence separating the two properties.

Share:Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Share on FacebookEmail this to someone