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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 68 P.S. Real and Personal Property § 116. Sale of timber without consent of co-tenant

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No sale of any timber cut or removed from such undivided lands, before or without such consent, shall pass any title thereto; ?and the parties injured shall have every remedy in law and equity for the recovery of the said timber trees, and of all square timber, boards, lumber, ties, shingles and other articles whatsoever manufactured therefrom; ?and also for the recovery of damages for the cutting or removing of the same, which they now have against an entire stranger to the title.

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