In local regulation at a place I wish to wildcamp there is something like this (translated):
1) Within the city limits of Werfen, Austria it is not allowed to place tents, trailers. mobile homes etc. for the purpose of sleeping over night in public (generally accessible) places. This does not apply to licensed camp sites
But now my question is, how is 'generally accessible' defined by law? How could I interpret this? I thought I could reason a contrario and say that I'm allowed to place camping gear in places not generally accessible (from roads or trails). Is this a valid argument?