If any part of the land dealt with on inclosure was converted into regulated pasture, the mines1 under the part so converted could with the consent of the lord and a majority in value of the other persons interested be reserved to the lord, and the mines under the parts allotted in severalty became the property of the persons entitled to the allotments2. If not so dealt with, the mines beneath the regulated pasture vested in the persons having rights in them in proportion to their shares3.
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