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COMMON OF DIGGING Definition & Legal Meaning

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Common of digging, or common in the soil, is the right to take for one’s own use part of the soil or minerals in another’s land; the most usual subjects of the right are sand, gravel, stones, and clay. It is of a very similar nature to common of estovers and of turbary. Elton, Com. 109

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