joint trespass

joint trespass
A trespass committed by the united action of two or more persons, or by the action of one or more of them with the authority or assent of the others. Bonte v Postell, 109 Ky 64, 58 SW 536. See joint trespassers.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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