Vesture of land
VESTURE OF LAND. By this phrase is meant all things, trees excepted, which
grow upon the surface of the land, and clothe it externally.
2. He who has the vesture of land has a right, generally, to exclude others from entering upon the superficies of the soil. 1 Inst. 4, b; Hamm. N. P. 151; pee. 7 East, R. 200; 1 Ventr. 393; 2 Roll. Ab. 2.