43. Consequential damage.

Damages are recoverable for consequential injury resulting from the wrongful working of minerals1, for example for injury caused to houses on the surface2, for subsidence of the surface caused by the removal of support3, for minerals rendered unworkable4, and for letting in water5. If damages are recovered for letting in water, there is no further liability for continuing damage from flooding through the same aperture6. Damages are recoverable for the loss of pitch which the defendant, by removing lateral support, has caused to flow upon his land and appropriated7