In a suit to foreclose a purchase-money mortgage, the defendant counterclaimed for a breach of covenant against incumbrances on the ground that a right had been acquired to construct a sewer across the premises at a depth of over 150 feet. The court held that this was not an incumbrance within the covenant as title did not extend to a depth beyond which the owner might reasonably use. Boehringer v. Montalto, 254 N. Y. S. 276 (1931).