The Elements for the Claim of Trespass to Chattel

In Nevada, the elements for the claim of Trespass to Chattel are:

  • Plaintiff owns or has the exclusive right to possess certain chattel described as [DESCRIBE] (the “Property”);
  • Defendants have intentionally used or intermeddled with the Property;
  • Defendants have intentionally dispossessed Plaintiff of the Property;
  • Defendants invaded the Property, damaging [ITS/HIS/HER] condition, quality, or value;
  • Defendants deprived Plaintiff of the use of the Property for a substantial time;
  • Defendants harmed the Property;
  • Plaintiff has suffered damages; and
  • Plaintiff is entitled to an award of attorney fees and costs as damages.



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