An easement of support for an artificial structure1 may be created by grant, express2 deemed3 or implied4, by prescription5 or by statute6. But, although the natural and acquired rights thus differ in their origin, the acquired right is inseparable from, and, as between the parties concerned, is a mere enlargement of, the natural right7. Where a right of support for an artificial structure has been acquired by way of easement, the right does not extend so as to entitle
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