The power to reserve a right of entry on the land to the owner or any other person is expressly saved by statute1. The reservation may be effected either by a covenant in the lease or by a separate contract2, and the terms of the agreement may enable the right to be exercised by persons not parties to the instrument reserving the right3. The reservation need not be made by deed; a verbal reservation is sufficient4.
A reservation to the lessor of exclusive sporting rights is void in so far as it applies to ground game5, but such a reservation
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