The application of the presumption as to an encroachment enuring for the benefit of the holding or of the landlord is not confined to encroachments on land immediately adjacent to the demised premises. It is enough if the encroachment is so near that by reason of its proximity the tenant gained the opportunity of making it, and the landlord might have tacitly acquiesced in it
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