Operating motor vehicle on land without permission.

Defending NJ 2C:18-5.  Knowingly or recklessly operating motor vehicle or riding horseback on lands of another without written permission, or damaging or injuring tangible property.

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NJ Statute: 2C:18-5.  Knowingly or recklessly operating motor vehicle or riding horseback on lands of another without written permission, or damaging or injuring tangible property.

It is an offense under this act to:

a.  Knowingly or recklessly operate a motorized vehicle or to ride horseback  upon the lands of another without obtaining and in possession of the written  permission of the owner, occupant, or lessee thereof.

b.  Knowingly or recklessly damage or injure any tangible property, including, but not limited to, any fence, building, feedstocks, crops, live trees, or any domestic animals, located on the lands of another.

L.1983, c. 522, s. 2, eff. Jan. 17, 1984.

AKA: NJ Criminal Charge 2C:18-5, Violation 2C:18-5, Offense 2C:18-5

Disclaimer: A copy of this statute has been provided for your information. This wording was current from the NJ website lis.njleg.state.nj.us as of August 2012.

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