Whether a boundary is, or is not, included in the property which it is described as bounding depends upon the particular circumstances of each case. Thus in the case of adjoining properties bounded by a hedge and ditch, there is no inaccuracy in describing either property as so bounded, though the boundary may be wholly included in one and excluded from the other1. However, where the nature of the object named as a boundary (for example, a house or land) is such that an independent title to it would in the natural course of events be made, the boundary
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