When used in a lease or other deed, 'land' includes, if there is nothing to restrict its technical meaning, all kinds of land, whether arable, meadow or otherwise1, and also everything on or under the soil, all buildings erected on it2 and all mines and minerals3 beneath it4 and the air space above it to such height as is necessary for the ordinary use and enjoyment of it and the structures on it5. A lease of woods includes not only the trees, but the land on which they grow6. Words which are appropriate for granting part of the profits
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