|Subject:||Re: Trespassing birders|
|Date:||Thu, 13 Nov 2003 09:53:57 +1100|
LK wrote "The fortunate thing is that there are no fences when you get into the
Hmmmm, OK, but in the vast majority of cases someone still owns, or leases, the land and the laws of trespass still hold. I'm sure this was written very much tongue on cheek.
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