These cases are very fact specific. It's not possible to really give some generalized examples. You need to visit an attorney to go over the specific facts of your case for legal advice if that is what you are seeking. If you are a student seeking answers for homework or exams, then you need to research the case law and look for some of the wide variety of specific fact situations the courts have considered.
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