72. Agricultural tenant's rights where sporting rights reserved.

72.     Agricultural tenant's rights where sporting rights reserved.

An agricultural tenant in occupation of land on which the sporting rights have been reserved has certain statutory rights in regard to game in the interests of good husbandry and for the better security of the capital and labour invested by him in the cultivation of the soil1. They comprise direct rights in the case of ground game, and indirect rights in the case of game generally. The rights are conferred in the one case by the Ground Game Acts2, and in the other by the Agricultural