Tresspass to Land Self-Quiz

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mickey is playing “fetch” in the park with his dog Pluto. Mickey has a frisbee that he is throwing and that Pluto is chasing and bringing back to Mickey. Mickey throws the frisbee into a lake at the edge of the park and Pluto dives into the water and retrieves the frisbee. What Mickey doesn’t know, is that the lake is not part of the park but. rather, Donald, who owns the piece of property which borders the park, owns the lake as well. In an action for trespass to land against Mickey, Donald will probably:
Choice 1 Lose, because Mickey didn’t know that Donald owned the lake
Choice 2 Lose, because neither Pluto nor Mickey damaged the lake
Choice 3 Win, because Mickey intentionally threw the frisbee into the lake
Choice 4 Lose, because the lake was not fenced off

Mickey is playing “fetch” in the park with his dog Pluto. Mickey has a frisbee that he is throwing and that Pluto is chasing and bringing back to Mickey. Mickey throws the frisbee toward a cluster of trees but a strong gust of wind blows the frisbee into a lake at the edge of the park. Pluto dives into the water and retrieves the frisbee. What Mickey doesn’t know is that the lake is not part of the park but. rather, Donald, who owns the piece of property which boarders the park, owns the lake as well. In an action for trespass to land against Mickey, Donald will probably:
Choice 1 Lose, because Mickey didn’t mean to throw the frisbee into the lake
Choice 2 Lose, because neither Pluto nor Mickey damaged the lake
Choice 3 Win, because Pluto went into the water after the frisbee
Choice 4 Lose, because the lake was not fenced off
Donald invites Mickey and Pluto to swim in his lake. Mickey brings along Pluto’s frisbee to play “fetch” with. After a few hours, Mickey and Donald get into an argument and Donald asks Mickey to get off of his property. Mickey gathers up this things and leaves. However, the frisbee is floating in the lake and Mickey doesn’t bother to get it. Donald finds the frisbee and sues Mickey for a trespass to land. Donald will probably:
Choice 1 Lose, because Mickey was invited
Choice 2 Lose, because Donald did not realize immediately that the frisbee was there
Choice 3Win, because Donald doesn’t want the frisbee
Choice 4Win, because Donald has asked Mickey to leave
Willie and Jackie live on the same block. In between their houses stands Rickey’s house. One day, Jackie and Willie decide to play catch. Willie stands on one side of Rickey’s backyard and Jackie stands on the other side of Rickey’s yard and they throw the ball back and forth over Rickey’s property. Rickey sees the game of catch and decides to sue for trespass. Neither Willie nor Jackie ever sets foot on Rickey’s property. In an action for trespass, Rickey will:
Choice 1 Lose, because nobody went on his property
Choice 2 Lose, because the game did not interfere with Rickey’s enjoyment of his land
Choice 3Win, because landowners own the airspace above their land
Choice 4 Win, because Rickey doesn’t like baseball

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