When the game rights are reserved, the owner, or any person to whom he may grant them, may exercise the rights to the same extent and precisely as if he were the occupier of the land, subject to:
(1) such rights over the ground game as are given to the tenant by the Ground Game Acts1; and
(2) such claim as the tenant may have in respect of damage caused by game2.
A reservation of sporting rights by the owner operates by way of regrant by the tenant to the owner, and the parties' rights must be ascertained on that
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