The inclusion in an agreement of a clause giving the grantee the exclusive right to shoot over the land might be judged to prevent an owner-occupier from exercising other activities with the use of firearms eg clay pigeon shooting1. But, conversely, the grantee having this right may be expected to control all vermin on the land as the owner-occupier would not be able to control vermin by shooting. Consideration should also be given to the control of vermin by means other than shooting as the owner may authorise the trapping or poisoning of
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