Trespass

Trespass

If you think someone is entering onto your property without your permission, you may be able to take action under the Trespass Act 1987.

Kaliopi can advise you in relation to what your options are under the legislation and can assist you with making a complaint to Northern Territory Police. Usually, the first step with trespass is to give a direction to leave or a warning. Kaliopi can assist with giving a direction or a warning. Kaliopi can also assist you if you have received a direction or warning. Kaliopi will ensure you are fully advised about how the law applies to your particular circumstances and what you can expect next. In some circumstances, Kaliopi can also facilitate resolution discussions so all parties can avoid the same issues in the future.

If you think you need advice, please contact us to make a time to speak to Kaliopi. This is what you can expect when you contact us:

  1. We will treat any information that you give us as confidential
  2. We will ask you for some brief information so that we can conduct a conflict check
  3. We will let you know if there are any consultation fees that will apply for your first conference with Kaliopi
  4. We will schedule a time for you to speak with Kaliopi (telephone, Zoom, Microsoft TEAMS or in person appointments are available)

If you think you need advice, please contact us to make a time to speak to Kaliopi. This is what you can expect when you contact us:

 

  1. We will treat any information that you give us as confidential
  2. We will ask you for some brief information so that we can conduct a conflict check
  3. We will let you know if there are any consultation fees that will apply for your first conference with Kaliopi
  4. We will schedule a time for you to speak with Kaliopi (telephone, Zoom, Microsoft TEAMS or in person appointments are available)