The owner of land who has retained the exclusive right to hunt, take and kill animals ferae naturae on his own land has a qualified property ratione soli in them for the time being while they are there1, but if he grants to another the right to hunt, take and kill animals ferae naturae on his land, by licence or grant of shooting or sporting rights2, the grantee has a qualified property ratione privilegii3. Such a grant is an incorporeal hereditament and an interest in
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