Defendant held plaintiff's land under a year-to-year lease, which provided that plaintiff or his agents should have the right to enter in the fall to plow for future crops, with the general right of re-entry for breach of conditions. The term was to end on March 1. In the preceding September, defendant refused to allow plaintiff's new tenant to enter for plowing. The plaintiff asked for an injunction against this interference. Held, there was an adequate remedy at law by exercising the right of re-entry in connection with an action of forcible entry and detainer. Vance v. Sumner (Neb. 1930) 230 N.W. 490.