Although it was once thought that an obligation to fence could not arise by custom1, it has more recently been held that a duty to fence against another's land can arise in this way2. Where there is an immemorial usage of fencing against a common as a matter of obligation, the duty to fence is proved provided such a duty could have a lawful origin; custom may be one such origin
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