turbary

common right to dig peat for fuel from manorial waste (R 170)
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Turbary

Turbary is the ancient right to cut turf, or peat, for fuel on a particular area of bog. The word may also be used to describe the associated piece of bog or peatland and, by extension, the material extracted from the turbary. Turbary rights, which are more fully expressed legally as common of turbary, are often associated with commonage, or, in s...
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Turbary

• (n.) A right of digging turf on another man`s land; also, the ground where turf is dug.
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turbary

common right to dig peat for fuel from manorial waste (R 170)
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Turbary

In law, turbary is the right to go up on another's land or to dig turf upon it. The term is also used to describe ground upon which turf is dug.
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Turbary

Manorial right to cut turf.
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turbary

right to take peat from another's ground
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