In addition to the protection from damage by hares and rabbits which is given to an agricultural tenant by the right to shoot them under the Ground Game Act 1880, 1he is entitled to compensation from his landlord in certain cases for damage done to his crops by any wild animals or birds2. Any agreement to the contrary or in limitation of this compensation is void3. Where the right to kill and take the wild animals or birds is vested in some person other than the landlord, the
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