The Elements for the Claim of Animal Trespass

In Nevada, the elements for the claim of Animal Trespass are:

  1. Defendants owned a [NON-HOUSEHOLD PET ANIMAL] described as _________ (the “Animal”);
  2. Defendants owed Plaintiff a duty to control the Animal;
  3. On or about [DATE], the Animal trespassed on Plaintiff’s property, causing damage (the “Trespass”);
  4. The Trespass was reasonably foreseeable;
  5. Defendants breached their duty of due care by failing to control the Animal;
  6. Plaintiff has suffered damages; and
  7. Plaintiff is entitled to an award of attorney fees and costs as damages.

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