|Posted by Aran|
Basically if you're on a property that you don't own and you don't have permission, you're committing trespassing- and if whether or not you have permission is disputed between you and the property owner, you're the one who has to prove you had permission, instead of them proving you didn't.
I'm getting a different interpretation. I feel like it's saying you have to know you're not supposed to be there.
(i) enters on-premises when entry is prohibited
under this Act
So, the bold part implies you're crossing some sort of barrier, no? I.e. a gate, fence, no trespassing sign, purple posts, etc....
I don't think they can enforce this on truly abandoned property, or say, if you were in a legal forest land and just happened to end up somewhere you're not supposed to be. So, it's not so much that you need explicit permission but moreso you need to ignore being told not to.