Trespass Vi Et Armis Law and Legal Definition
Trespass Vi Et Armis is a Latin term that means trespass with force and arms resulting in injury to another’s person and property. This is usually used as a remedy brought by a person for an immediate injury committed with force. In common law trespass vi et armis refers to an action for damages resulting from an intentional injury to person or property. A trespass committed through violent means like assault or battery, is an example of trespass vi et armis.