| Commentary

160 Buildings

| Commentary

160 Buildings

Although the inclusion of buildings in an agreement of this nature was dangerous, as evidence of a mutual intention that the land should be used for more than grazing or mowing only, the inclusion of small ancillary buildings did not of itself cause the agreement to fall outside the exception1.

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