A verdict of a jury in a former action relating to a boundary is admissible as evidence of reputation in a subsequent action between different parties1, provided the boundary in dispute was of public or general interest and not of mere private interest2. Ancient orders of sessions containing statements respecting boundaries3 and presentments of manorial courts setting out boundaries4 are also admissible as evidence of reputation5, or, in certain cases, as public documents6
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