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What is the trespass law in Northern Ireland?


urbrexit

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I know in England and Wales Urbexing (without doing any damage or forcing entry) is a civil tresspass, and the police cannot arrest you or fine or anything. I think the landowner can sue you, but it's unlikely for the claimant to win. In Scotland they can only take you to a civil court if you have done damage or stolen something etc.



But I can't find anything about the law in Northern Ireland. I imagine it's similar to the rest of the UK, but I don't want to get arrested hundreds of miles away from home.



Thanks
 

Irishmanlost

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Northern ireland is part of the uk, last time i checked. It's only if you go down south that it changes.
 

Speed

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So is Scotland but trespass law is alot different up there. m not aware of any differences in NI but it would be good to know if there is!
 

Irishmanlost

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OK, It's the same as mainland britain, Only if you head south across the border that it changes.
 

urbanchemist

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Anyone know if trespass law is significantly different in Eire? I've always assumed it was much the same as in the UK.
 

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