What is COMMON OF DIGGING?

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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