In certain cases the right to kill or take game may be claimed ratione privilegii without reference to the occupation of the land on which the game is found.
The ancient right of franchise to kill or take game without reference to the occupation of the land whereon the game is found, whose origin was a grant by the Crown in the exercise of the royal prerogative or by prescription supposing such a grant, no longer exists
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