325. Lakes.

Since the bed of even large inland lakes does not vest in the Crown1, the ownership of the bed of a lake is determined in accordance with normal rules of title. A lake entirely within the boundaries of one piece of land will pass with it without express reference and if the lake is in different ownership, it is submitted that the boundary will be the normal edge of the lake unless the relevant conveyance sets precise boundaries2.

Where there is a lake bounded by a number of separate proprietors on its edge, the titles may be such as to