RIGHT OF ENTRY

RIGHT OF ENTRY

right of entry.

1. The right of taking or resuming possession of land or other real property in a peaceable manner.

2. POWER OF TERMINATION.

3. The right to go into another’s real property for a special purpose without committing trespass. ? An example is a landlord’s right to enter a tenant’s property to make repairs. [Cases: Trespass 24. C.J.S. Trespass ¡ì¡ì 57¨C61, 167.]

4. The right of an alien to go into a jurisdiction for a special purpose. ? An example is an exchange student’s right to enter another country to attend college. [Cases: Aliens 39, 53.

9. C.J.S. Aliens ¡ì¡ì 53¨C60, 63¨C64, 75¨C76, 84¨C87, 135, 170, 197¨C198, 249.]


TermBase Contributor
Carl, Chinese legal translator, specializes in translating legal documents pertaining to complex business disputes.