WAY-GOING CROP

WAY-GOING CROP

way-going crop. A grain crop, formerly sown by a tenant during a tenancy (esp. in Pennsylvania), that did not ripen until after expiration of the lease. ? In the absence of an express agreement to the contrary, the tenant was entitled to the crop. [Cases: Landlord and Tenant 139(2). C.J.S. Landlord and Tenant ¡ì 349.]
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