186. Right to enter and cut.

An exception of timber or other trees is usually accompanied by a reservation of the right to enter and to cut and carry them away, though this is not essential. An exception of trees carries with it the right to do all things necessary for getting and disposing of them, and consequently, without express reservation, the landlord may enter to show the trees to a prospective purchaser, and either he or the purchaser may cut them down and carry them away