In the absence of any special covenants, the grantor of shooting rights is not precluded from using the land in the ordinary and accustomed way, having regard to its character at the date of the grant1. Thus, in the case of farming land, he cannot be prevented from altering the course of husbandry2, cutting down timber or underwood, or doing any other act falling within the ordinary course of estate management3. But any act done with the intention of injuring the rights granted
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