And whatever other things of a similar kind the earth does not corrode even after a long time, those he should cause to be buried where one boundary joins (the other).
By these signs, by long continued possession, and by constantly flowing streams of water the king shall ascertain the boundary (of the land) of two disputing parties.
If there be a doubt even on inspection of the marks, the settlement of a dispute regarding boundaries shall depend on witnesses.
The witnesses, (giving evidence) regarding a boundary, shall be examined concerning the landmarks in the presence of the crowd of the villagers and also of the two litigants.
As they, being questioned, unanimously decide, even so he shall record the boundary (in writing), together with their names.
Let them, putting earth on their heads, wearing chaplets (of red flowers) and red dresses, being sworn each by (the rewards for) his meritorious deeds, settle (the boundary) in accordance with the truth.
If they determine (the boundary) in the manner stated, they are guiltless (being) veracious witnesses; but if they determine it unjustly, they shall be compelled to pay a fine of two hundred
On failure of witnesses (from the two villages, men of) the four neighbouring villages, who are pure, shall make (as witnesses) a
decision concerning the boundary in the presence of the king.
On failure of neighbours (who are) original inhabitants (of the country and can be) witnesses with respect to the boundary, (the king) may hear the evidence even of the following inhabitants of the forest.
(Viz.) hunters, fowlers, herdsmen, fishermen, root diggers, snake-catchers, gleaners, and other foresters.