442. What constitutes permanent pasture.

442.     What constitutes permanent pasture.

Sowing clover with the spring corn does not constitute laying down land in permanent pasture1, nor does merely sowing common grass seed make land old meadow again2.

It has been stated that continuance in pasture for 20 years impresses on the land the character of ancient meadow or pasture3; and land that has formerly been ploughed may after a sufficient lapse of time become ancient pasture which a tenant will be restrained from ploughing4.

In regard, however, to modern tenancies, it will often be a question