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22 Market tolls

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E: TOLLS AND STALLAGE

22 Market tolls

A right to toll is the right to a reasonable sum of money due to the owner of the market upon the sale of things tollable in the market. The toll is payable prima facie by the buyer, but some statutes have provided otherwise. In other cases, sellers have contracted to pay the toll instead of the buyer, such payment, in the case of holders of stalls, becoming part of the stallage1. The right to take tolls is not incident to a market and some markets are toll free2. The right must be

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