encroach

to enter and take control of an area where one has no right

encroach

[v] - advance beyond the usual limit
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Encroach

En·croach' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Encroached ; present participle & verbal noun Encroaching .] [ Old French encrochier to perch, prop., to hook, fasten a hook (perh. confused with acrochier , French...
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Encroach

En·croach' noun Encroachment. [ Obsolete] South.
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encroach

infringe verb advance beyond the usual limit
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Encroach

• (n.) Encroachment. • (v. i.) To enter by gradual steps or by stealth into the possessions or rights of another; to trespass; to intrude; to trench; -- commonly with on or upon; as, to encroach on a neighbor; to encroach on the highway.
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Encroach

v. to build a structure which is in whole or in part across the property line of another's real property. This may occur due to incorrect surveys, guesses or miscalculations by builders and/or owners when erecting a building. The solutions vary from giving the encroaching party an easement or lease (for a price, usually) for the lifetime of the bui...
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Encroach

To build a structure in whole or in part on another's real property. This may occur due to incorrect surveys, guesses or miscalculations by builders and or owners when erecting a building, or by deliberate choice. The solutions vary from giving the encroaching party an easement or lease (for a price, usually), or if the structure is small, actually...
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