ANCIENT WALL

A wall built to be used, and in fact used, as a party- wall, for more than twenty years, by the express permission and continuous acquiescence of the owners of the land on which it stands. Eno v. Del Vecchio. 4 Duer (N. Y.) 53, 03.

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