Unless otherwise provided by the lease, the right to game passes to the tenant1, but, subject to the restriction as to ground game2, the landlord may reserve the right to himself3.
A sporting lease authorises the tenant to enter upon land for the purpose of killing game or fishing, and to carry away the game which he kills or the fish which he catches, and is in effect a licence coupled with a profit a prendre
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