An agricultural tenant in occupation of land on which the sporting rights are not reserved has the same rights over game as an owner-occupier1, save that with one exception he may not kill ground game at night with a gun2. This restriction does not, however, apply where the right to kill and take rabbits has been expressly conferred on him3. He may grant his rights, including the right to take and kill the ground game, to a shooting tenant4, but such
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