'Outstroke' means liberty to work an adjoining mine1 from the demised mine. Whether or not a lessee may work by outstroke depends on the extent of the demise. If access to the adjoining mine, sufficient for the purpose of working, can be obtained without entry on property not included in the lease, or without unwarranted user of any rights of way, the lessee may work by outstroke without express liberty to do so. In many cases the lease only grants to the lessee rights of way over the surface and through the shaft for the purpose of working the
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