315. Determination of boundaries by the Court.

Boundaries may be determined by the court in actions for the recovery of land1, or for trespass2, nuisance3, breach of the covenants for title implied in a conveyance4, a declaration or injunction5 or indeed any action in which the title of one of the parties is in issue6. In none of these cases does the judgment operate in rem, determining the true boundary conclusively as against all the world, for these actions are all in personam, and the judgment is binding only as between the parties7. In an action for the recovery of land the claimant must prove that

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