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(1) Should destroying a snowman on someone's front lawn, be considered an act of vandalism, trespassing, destruction of "personal" property ....?

Methinks this is a rich legal question.

Who did/does the snow belong to?
(2) If the snow is in your yard (maybe like apples from a tree) - is it your snow?

Is a snowman, snow-woman or SnowXi (can I copyright that word?) a "work of art?"
(3) New Legal Principle?

Sandcastle Law.

Can a temporary work of art be vandalized?
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