In all places the exercise of the right1 is confined to the occupier and to persons duly authorised by him in writing2. Where there are joint tenants, each of them is at liberty to exercise the right3.
The written authority need not be in any prescribed form, and no provision requires it to be either signed or dated, but no doubt it should state the name of the person authorised and indicate the place in regard to which the authority is given. Every person so authorised by the occupier may be required by any person having a concurrent right to
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