Section 35-4-361

Right-of-way over timberlands.

In all conveyances of standing timber, by deed or other instrument, containing no stipulation as to a right-of-way over and across the lands on which the timber is situated, the grantee shall have a free right-of-way over and across said lands for the purpose of cutting and removing the timber, provided he does not injure any crops growing thereon or do any unnecessary damage to the lands or timber not included in the contract.

(Acts 1919, No. 580, p. 836; Code 1923, §6958; Code 1940, T. 47, §48.)