A right of support of artificial structures is frequently created by statute, as where statutory undertakers are empowered to construct and maintain works of public utility, such as railways and canals, on the lands of private owners. In such cases the grant of the right to the support of the works will be presumed unless the provisions of the statute negative the inference
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