When an Invitee Becomes a Trespasser

“[A] person lawfully on the property of another as an invitee who uses the property on a venture in his own interests and not within the scope of his invitation or for the purpose for which the property was reasonably intended, loses his status as an invitee and becomes a trespasser.”

To learn more please read:

United Food & Commercial Workers Int’l Union v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., 430 S.W.3d 508, 512 (Tex. App.–Fort worth 2014, no pet.).

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