In the case of a common law enfranchisement1, the mines and minerals2, unless expressly excepted, passed to the tenant as part of the freehold3. In the case of an enfranchisement under the Copyhold Act 18944, the rights of the lord or tenant in any mines or minerals in or under the enfranchised land were not affected by the enfranchisement unless with the express consent in writing of the lord or tenant entitled to them
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