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Cyc. C. C. § 965 and note.

Commissioners' note cites 2 Hil. Torts, 525, note 8b; Story
Bailm. §§ i'JS, iO^-413.

Dwelling-house must be put in fit condition and repaired by,
whom. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. §§ 1941, 1942 and notes.

Termination of hiring for failure of hirer to make repairs. —
See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1931 subd. 2 and note.

§1930. THING LET FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

When a thing is let for a particular purpose the hirer must not
use it for any other purpose; and if he does, he is liable
to the letter for all damages resulting from such use, or
the letter may treat the contract as thereby rescinded.

History; Enacted Marcli 21, 1872; amended by Code Commis-
sion, Act March 16, 1901, Stats, and Amdts. 1900-1, p. 412, held
unconstitutional, see history, § 4 ante; amendment re-enacted
March 21, 1905, Stats, and Amdts. 1905, p. 614.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 11 pars, annotation.

118 C. 368, 369, 50 P. 650 (referred to); 147 C. 659, 661, 662,
82 P. 317 (provision is applicable to hiring of real property,
and why).

Action for damages lies, when. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1928
and note par. 2.

Care which must be used by hirer for preservation of thing
let. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1928 and note.

Letting of horse for hire. — See 12 L. 397.

Negligence in use of barge. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1928 and
note par. 13.

Sublessee of hirer liable. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1928 and
note par. 16.

§ 1931. WHEN LETTER MAY TERMINATE THE HIRING.

The letter of a thing may terminate the hiring and reclaim
the thing before the end of the term agreed upon:

1. When the hirer uses or permits a use of the thing hired
in a manner contrary to the agreement of the parties; or,

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I



Tit.V.ch.I.] TERMINATION OF HIRING. § 1932

2. When the hirer does not, within a reasonable time after
request, make such repairs as he is bound to make.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 13 pars, annotation.

As to recovery of treble damages for waste, see Kerr's Cyc.
C. C. § 1715 and note, and Kerr's Cyc. C. C. P. § 1732 and note,
which sections are identical.

Breach of covenant as ground of forfeiture. — See Kerr's Cyc.
C. C. P. § 1161 subd. 3 and note.

Deposit may be terminated by depositor, at what time. — See
Kerr's Cyc. C. C. §§ 1854, 1855 and notes.

Forfeiture of lease for breach of condition by lessee. — See
26 A. S. 911-913.

Notice is not necessary at end of term agreed upon. — See
Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1946 and note par. 10.

Presumption that hiring continues during continuance of.
hirer's possession. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1945 and note.

Re-entry after forfeiture — Election of remedies. — See 8 L. 759,
760.

Unlawful detainer after default in payment of rent. — See
Kerr's Cyc. C. C. P. § 1161 subd. 2 and note.

Waiver of forfeiture by acceptance of rent. — See 47 A. S. 198,
199.

§ 1932. WHEX HIKER M.VY TEKmXATE THE HIRING.

The hirer of a thing may terminate the hiring before the end
of the term agreed upon:

1. When the letter does not, within a reasonable time after
request, fulfil his obligations, if any, as to placing and secur-
ing the hirer in the quiet possession of the thing hired, or
putting it into good condition, or repairing; or,

2. When the greater part of the thing hired, or that part
which was and which the latter had at the time of the hiring
reason to believe was the material inducement to the hirer
to enter into the contract, perishes from any other cause than
the want of ordinary care of the hirer.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872; amended by Code Commis-
sion, Act March 16, 1901, Stats, and Amdts. 1900-1, p. 412, held
unconstitutional, see history, § 4 ante; amendment re-enacted
March 21, 1905, Stats, and Amdts. 1905, p. 614.

92 C. 548, 552, 28 P. 599, 600 (subd. 1 referred to with § 1941).
Abandonment of lease by lessee. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1925
and note pars. 1-5.

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§ 1933 CIVIL CODE. [Div.III.Pt.IV.

Commissioners' note. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1931 and note
par. 2.

Depositary may terminate deposit iipon reasonable notice,
when. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1854 and note.

Presumption tliat liiring- continues during continuance of
liirer's possession. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1945 and note.

Rescission of lease by lessee without notice to make repairs.
— See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1941 and note.

What justifies tenant in abandoning- leased property. — See
38 A. S; iVG- 192.



§1933. WHEN HIRING} TERMINATES. The hiring of a
thing terminates:

1. At the end of the term agreed upon;

2. By the mutual consent of the parties;

3. By the hirer acquiring a title to the thing hired superior
to that of the letter; or,

4. By the destruction of the thing hired.

Hi-story: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 41 pars, annotation.

98 C. 422, 425, 33 P. 729, 730 (construed and applied).

As to covenants which run with land, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C.
§§ 1460-1468 and notes.

As to estoppel of lessee to deny lessor's title, see Kerr's Cyc.
C. C. § 1948 and note.

As to measure of damages for breach of contract, see Kerr's
Cyc. C. C. §§ 3300 et seq. and notes.

As to necessity for notice at end of term, see Kerr's Cyc. C.
C. § 1946 and note par. 10.'

As to necessity for notice to quit at expiration of the term,
see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1946 and note par. 10.

As to unlawful detainer, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. P. § 1161 and
note.

As to unlawful detainer after three days' notice to quit upon
breach of covenant, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. P. § 1161 subd. 3 and
note.

Abandonment of lease by lessee. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1925
and note pars. 1-5.

Breach of covenant as ground of forfeiture. — See Kerr's Cyc.
C. C. P. § 1161 subd. 3 and note.

Covenant of lessor to renew lease. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C.
§ 1925 and note par. 22.

Covenant that lease shall be terminable upon sale of premises
by lessor. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1931 and note pars. 3, 4.

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TitV,ch.I.]



TERMINATION BY DEATH. §§ 1934, 1935



-See 64.



Death of lessor terminates tenancy by sufferance or at will.
—See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1934 and note.

Death of party— Effect of.— See 23 L. 707, 70S.

Destruction of building on leased premises— Liability for
rent.— See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1947, note pars. 39, 40.

Distinction between lease for month and one from month
to month.— See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1946 and note par. 7.

Ejectment maintainable by lessor after expiration of term
without notice or demand.— See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 793 and note,
and Kerr's Cyc. C. C. P. § 1161 and note.

Fixing time of enjoyment.- See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. §70< and

note.

Forcible expulsion after termination— Liability of lessor for.

—See 16 L. 798, 799.

Holding over— Liability of lessee for use and occupation.—
See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1947 and note par. 54.

Lessee's duty to leave premises in good condition.-
L. 648-667.

Right of landlord to enter after termination of lease. — bee

69 A. D. 754-756.

Rights and liabilities of lessee upon destruction of leased
premises. — See 61 A. S. 566-572; 22 L. 613-616.

Surrender during term.— See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1925 and note
pars. 58, 59.

"Term" defined.— See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1925 and note par. 61.

Unlawful detainer after default in payment of rent.— See
Kerr's Cyc. C. C. P. § 1161 subd. 2 and note.

What landowner may do to take possession of his land.— See
note 69 A. D. 754-756.

§1934. ^VHEX TERMINATED BY DEATH, ETC., OF
PARTY. If the hiring of a thing is terminable at the pleas-
ure of one of the parties, it is terminated by notice to the
other of his death or incapacity to contract. In other cases
it is not terminated thereby.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 2 pars, annotation.

§ 1935. ArrORTIOWENT OF HIRE. When the hiring of
a thing is terminated before the time originally agreed upon,
the hirer must pay the due proportion of the hire for such
use as he has actually made of the thing, unless such use
is merely nominal, and of no benefit to him.



History s



Enacted March 21
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1872.



§ 1941 CIVIL, CODE. [Div.III,Pt.IV.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 2 pars, annotation.

4 C. A. 192, 195, 87 P. 235 (referred to — counsel contending
that this section has no application to leasing of real property).

Apportionment of rent. — See 37 A. R. 283.

Compensation of depositary for hire during fraction of week,
etc. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1853 and note.



CHAPTER II.

HIRING OF REAL PROFERTY.

§ 1941. Lessor to make dwelling-house fit for its purpose.

§ 1942. Lessee may make repairs, etc.

§ 1943. Term of hiring when no limit is fixed.

§ 1944. Hiring of lodgings for indefinite term.

§ 1945. Renewal of lease by lessee's continued possession.

§ 1946. Notice to quit.

§ 1947. Rent, when payable.

§ 1948. Attornment of a tenant to a stranger.

§ 1949. Tenant must deliver notice served on him.

§ 1950. Letting parts of rooms forbidden.

§ 1941. LESSOR TO MAKE DWELLING-HOUSE FIT FOR
ITS PURPOSE. The lessor of a building intended for the
occupation of human beings must, in the absence of an agree-
ment to the contrary, put it into a condition fit for such occu-
pation, and repair all subsequent dilapidations thereof, which
render it untenantable, except such as are mentioned in sec-
tion nineteen hundred and twenty-nine.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872; amended March 30, 1874,
Code Amdts. 1873-4, pp. 245, 246, by inserting the words "in
absence .of any agreement to the contrary;" 59 C. 563, 566.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 40 pars, annotation.

59 C. 563, 565, 566 (construed with reference to §1942); 66 C.
182, 4 P.- 1188 (referred to); 76 C. 173, 174, 18 P. 260, 261 (con-
strued with reference to §1942); 81 C. 58, 59, 22 P. 304 (con-
strued with reference to §1942); 86 C. 203, 205, 24 P. 1009
(construed with §1942); 86 C. 298, 304, 24 P. 1015, 1017 (con-
strued); 92 C. 548, 551, 552, 28 P. 599, 600 (construed with
reference to §1942); 31 P. 529, 530 (construed); 102 C. 476, 480,
36 P. 835 (construed); 124 C. 520, 522, 523, 57 P. 567 (construed
With §1942); 128 C. 187, 190, 60 P. 687 (referred to); 4 C. A.
12, 16, 87 P. 222 (referred to).

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Tit V Ch.ll.] LEASES, GENERALLY. § 1941

HIRING OF REAL, PROPERTY— I.EASE.

As to covenant of lessor to make repairs, see Kerr's Cyc.
C. C. §1941, note pars. 11-14.

As to deterioration or injuries occasioned by ordinary negli-
gence of hirer, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1929 and note.

As to fixtures and property on premises and rights of the
parties therein.— See 5 L. 150; 9 L. 700; 10 L. 722; 19 L. 443.

As to injury to goods in premises leased for storage, see
Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1941, note pars. 6-8.

As to liability of lessor and lessee for nuisance in connec-
tion with leased premises, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 3493 and note.

As to negligence in making repairs undertaken by lessor, see
Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1941, note par. 28.

As to right of lessor to re-enter for purpose of makmg altera-
tions, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1927 and note par. 3.

As to what constitutes act of God, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 1511
and note pars. 2-13; 1 W. & P. 118-125.

As to what constitutes deceit, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. §§1(09,
1710 and notes.

Abandonment— What justifies the tenant in.— See 38 A. b. 4(b.

Same— What may be done after abandonment^ by tenant
and still hold him to his obligation. — See 14 A. S. 717.

Acceptance— Of lease by one already in possession. — See 13

A. D. 168.

Same— Of rent accruing after cause for forfeiture, with
knowledge of such cause, as waiver of forfeiture.— See 12 L.

N. S. 831.

Actions for rent, counterclaims of tenant in. — See 46 A. R. 4 < 4.
Adverse possession by tenant as against landlord.— See 12

L. N. S. 148. ^ „.

Agreement for cultivation of land on the shares. — bee Si

A. D. 317.

Agreement to comply with lease as, consideration for new

promise. — See 34 L. 36.

Alteration of terms of lease, as discharge of sureties of lessee.
—See 6 A. C. 359.

Apportionment of rent — As to generally, see 31 A. D. 517; 37

A. R. 283. ^ ,^ ^

Same— On destruction of part of leased property.— See 31 A.

D. 517: 37 A. R. 283.

Assignee of lease, right to enforce option of purchase. — See
5 A. C. 914.

Assignees and sublessees, remedies against. — See 15 A. D.

543.

Assignment of lease — As to generally, see 7 A. C. 536; 14
L. 151; 15 L. 754; 34 L. 62.

Same— Covenant against, as affected by transmission of
lessee's interest upon his death. — See 12 A. C. 978.

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§ 1941 CIVIL CODE. [Div.III.PtlV.

Same — Distinction between lease and sublease. — See 7 A. C.
537.

Same — Respective rights and liabilities of the lessor, assignee,
and assignor.- — See 10 A. S. 557.

Attornment — And its effect. — See 89 A. S. 101.

Same — To mortgagee in possession. — See 8 L. 568.

Breach of condition, forfeiture of lease for. — See 26 A. S. 910.

Breach of covenant for quiet enjoyment, measure of damages
for. — P?^ ^S A. R. 606.

By the elements, what constitutes damages by, within mean-
ing of lease. — See 53 L. 673.

Compensation when lease invalid under statute of frauds. —
See 26 L. 799-802.

Construction of lease — As to, generally, see 7 A. C. 591; 10
A. C. 357; 1 L. 529.

Same — Parol evidence in aid of. — See 3 L. 331.

Same — "Water rents and taxes as rates within covenants of. —
See 8 A. C. 111.

Crops — Right of tenant to maintain his possession by means
of wrongful injunction. — See 12 L. N. S. 194.

Same — To be raised by tenant, reservation of lien on or
title to.— See 14 A. S. 166.

Counterclaims by tenant in actions for rent. — See 46 A. R. 474.

Courthouse, lease of for private uses. — See 33 L. 118.

Covenants — Implied on part of landlord. — See 34 A. D. 355; 43
A. R. 227.

Same — Of landlord to repair or make improvements. — See
87 A. D. 237.

Same — Of tenant to pay rent. — See 87 A. D. 237.

Same — To pay rent and to make repairs or improvements,
whether dependent or independent. — See 87 A. D. 237.

Same — To repair, express or implied. — See 95 A. D. 118.

Covenants and putting in possession, as to, generally, see 4
L. N. S. 466; 9 L. N. S. 1127; 9 L. N. S. 1131.

Covenants for renewal, right of assignee of lease to enforce. —
See 12 A. C. 969.

Covenants in lease, water rents as taxes or rates within mean-
ing of.— See 8 A. C. 111.

Damage — "By the elements", what constitutes within mean-
ing of lease. — See 3 W. & P. 2345.

Same — Measure of when lessee is evicted or prevented from
taking possession. — See 100 A. D. 428.

Dangerous premises, liability of landlord for injuries caused
by. — See 28 A. R. 32.

Death of lessor or lessee, effect on lease. — See 23 L. 707.

Defective and dangerous premises, liability of lessor for. —
See 66 A. S. 785.

Destruction of, or injuries to building, effect upon lease of
part of building. — See 9 A. C. 107.

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Tit.V,ch.II.] LEASES, GENERALLY. § 1941

Destruction of whole or part of leased premises — Apportion-
ment of rents. — See 31 A. D. 517; 37 A. R. 283.

Same — Rights and liabilities of tenant upon. — See 94 A. D.
662; 61 A. S. 566; 22 L. 613.

Same — When releases tenant. — See 56 A. R. 469.

Distinction between a lease and a license. — See 18 L. 491.

Distress — Exemption from seizure under. — See 17 A. D. 458.

Same — For rent. — See 15 A. D. 585.

Distress warrant, use of to enforce payment of compensation
for use of property other tlian land. — See 11 L. N. S. 836.

Duty and liability of landlord as to condition of premises — As
to generally, see 9 L. 798; 10 L. 147; 10 L. 794; 34 L. 562; 46 L.
93; 66 L. 154.

Same — As to part of premises not controlled by tenant. — See
23 L. 155; 29 L. 358.

Same — For injuries from defects in portions of building
remaining in his possession. — See 14 L. 238.

Same — For injuries to tenant from defect in premises. — See
34 L. 824-831.

Same — For injuries to tenant's guests and servants from
defect in premises. — See 34 L. 609; 46 L. 86-93.

Same — To third persons, for condition of premises in posses-
sion of tenant. — See 26 L. 197-203.

Duty of intending lessee to inspect premises. — See 38 A. S.
478, 479.

Effect of express stipulations. — See 38 A. S. 481.

Effect of making improvements under oral lease void under
statute of frauds. — See 3 L. N. S. 852.

Effect on liability of tenant's surety of surrender of lease con-
taining an oijtion to purchase. — See 9 L. N. S. 557.

Emblements, rights to. — See 3 L. 124; 11 L. 800.

Eminent domain, rights of parties to lease on condemnation
of property by. — See 21 L. 212.

Entrances, right of tenant to liave kept open. — See 4 L. N.
S. 565.

Entry under parol agreement for lease as part performance.
— See 20 L. 36.

Estoppel — By tenant to deny landlord's title. — See 15 A. D. 40;
89 A. S. 62.

Same — Of tenant to dispute lessor's title. — See 1 L. N. S. 1181.

Equitable relief against forfeiture — For non-payment of rent.
— See 69 L. 844.

Same — Of estate for non-renewal of lease. — See 69 L. 846.

Eviction — Actual eviction. — See 1 W. & P. 157.

Same — By admitting inconsistent business into building. — See
5 L. N. S. 855.

Same — Constructive eviction. — See 2 W. & P. 1470.

Same — Damages to lessee on. — See 100 A. D. 428.

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§ 1941 CIVIL CODE. [Div.III.Pt.IV.

Same — Liability of landlord for forcible, after expiration
of term.— See 11 L. N. S. 468.

Same — So as to relieve tenant from payment of rent, by
reason of the enforcement by public officials of restrictions on
the use of the premises. — See 2 L. N. S. 973.

Same— What may amount to.— See 17 A. R. 62; 3 W. & P. 2517.

Exception in case of furnished houses hired for short period.
—See 38 A. S. 479, 480.

Exei^ntion — Against claim for rent. — See 24 L. 812.

Same — From seizure under distress. — See 17 A. D. 458.

First and last days in computing time — For proceedings to
distrain for rent. — See 49 L. 239.
•Same — On contract of lease. — See 49 L. 210.

Fixtures — Removal of. — See note § 660 ante.

Same — To whom belong. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. §§ 1013, 1019
and notes.

Forfeiture of lease — For breach of condition. — See 26 A. S.
910.

Same — Of oil or gas lease. — See 31 L. 673.

Same — Positive clause of as embracing negative covenants.
— See 1 A. C. 794.

Same — Waiver of. — See 47 A. S. 197.

Same — Same — By acceptance of rent when. — See 11 L. N. S.
831.

Fraud on part of lessor. — See 38 A. S. 480, 481.

Guarantor of lease, necessity of notice in order to bind. —
See 20 L. 259.

Holding over — By tenant under lease giving option for
renewal as exercise of option. — See 6 A. C. 341.

Same — When tenant guilty of. — See 70 A. S. 533.

Immoral or prohibited places. — See "Lease of premises for
immoral or prohibited places", this note.

Implied covenant as to fitness of premises for possession
intended. — See 33 L. 449, 455.

Implied renewal and continuance of lease and terms for
which deemed renewed. — See 91 A. D. 653.

Implied trust arising from renewal of lease. — See 7 A. C. 925.

Improvement-s — Tenant's right to be allowed for. — See 81 A. S.
181.

Same — Under oral lease void under the statute of frauds,
effect of making. — See 3 L. N. S. 852.

Injunction — As to judgment by or against surety in summary
proceedings, see 31 L. 63.

Same — Against dispossession by summary proceedings. — See
30 L. 129.

Same — Equitable relief against forfeiture of estate for
renewal of lease. — See 69 L. 486.

Same — To prevent improper use of leased premises. — See 59
A. D. 870.

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I

i Tit.V,ch.II.] LEASES, GENERALLY. § 1941

Insurance — Effect on vacancy clause in policy of tenant's
removal without insurer's knowledge. — See 3 L. N. S. 966.

Same — Effect upon, of breach of condition by tenant. — See 12
L. N. S. 484.

Same — On leased premises, tenant cannot compel application
of, to repairs. — See 37 A. R. 283.

Interpleader between landlord and tenant. — See 10 L. N. S.
751.

Judgment against tenant — Effect of as res judicata. — See 112
A. S. 21.

Same — When binding on landlord. — See 95 A. D. 473.

Landlord — Liability for injuries — As to, generally, see 3 L. N.
S. 316; 3 L. N. S. 1097; 4 L. N. S. 1142; 5 L. N. S. 316; 6 L. N. S.
977; 11 L. N. S. 504; 12 L. N. S. 1025.

Same — Same — Resulting from condition of the premises after
the execution of the lease. — See 17 A. R. 127.

Same — Same — To third persons. — See 59 A. D. 733; 92 A. g.
499.

Same — Power to reserve lien on crops to be raised. — See 14
A. S. 166.

Same — Right to lien on tenant's property. — See 119 A. S. 122.

Same — Validity of statute holding liable for water and light
furnished tenant. — See 6 L. N. S. 198.

Landlord's lien — As to, generally, see 12 L. 605; 12 L. 848; 30
L. 129; 49 L. 437; 59 L. 737.

Same — Waiver of by attachment. — See 50 L. 717.

Lease — Alteration of terms of as discharge of sureties of
lessee. — See 6 A. C. 359.

Same — Covenant against assignment of, as affected by trans-
mission of lessee's interest upon his death. — See 12 A. C. 978.

Same — Covenant for renewal in, right of assignee of lease
to enforce. — See 12 A. C. 969.

Same — Of courtliouse for private uses. — See 33 L. 118.

Same — Of land — As conveyance. — See 11 L. N. S. 99.

Same — Same — Validity of, made in violation of law. — See
12 L. N. S. 605.

Same — Of mines, as to, gencrallj', see 1 L. N. S. 333; 4 L. N.
S. 207; 4 L. N. S. 477; 11 L. N. S. 417.

Same — Of oil lands. — See 12 L. 290.

Same — Of premises — For immoral or prohibited purposes. —
See 8 A. R. 140.

Same — Same — Within statute of frauds, compensation for. —
See 26 L. 799.

Lease and sublease distinguished. — See 86 A. D. 394; 15 L.
236; 1 W. & P. 569.

Lease for more than one year to be in writing. — See 7 L. 671.

Lease to commence at future time, what is lease for one year.
—See 10 L. 726.

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§ 1941 CIVIL CODE. [Div.III.Pt.IV.

Leasehold interest — As subject of taxation. — See 15 L. 297.

Same — In real estate as partnership property. — See 27 L. 4S3.

Lessee of life tenant. — See 11 L. N. S. 688.

Levy on interest of parties in crops. — See 23 L. 260.

Liability — For evicting- tenant. — See 16 L. 798; 55 L. 258.

Same — For injuries from failure to repair demised premises.
— See 95 A. D. 123-125.

Same — For nuisance on leased premises. — See 15 A. R. 78;
15 A. B. 398.

Same— For rtjUi of premises occupied by receiver or assignee
for creditors. — See 59 L. 673-696.

Same — Of assignee of leasehold for rent. — See 14 L. 151-155.

Same — Of landlord — For damages for forcibly dispossessing
tenant after expiration of term. — See 11 L. N. S. 468.

Same — Same — For injuries resulting from condition of prem-
ises after execution of lease. — See 17 A. R. 127.

Same— Same — For injuries to third persons. — See 59 A. D.
733; 92 A. S. 499.

Same — Same — Letting premises in defective and dangerous
condition.— See 66 A. S. 785-789.

Same — Of lessor — For injuries resulting from condition of
premises.— See 14 L. 238-241; 23 L. 158, 159; 34 L. 609-616, 824-
832; 46 L. 83-94.

Same — Same — To third person. — See 50 A. D. 779-783.

Same — Of tenant's surety, effect on of surrender of lease con-
taining an option of purchase. — See 9 L. N. S. 557.

Lien on crops to be raised, power of landlord to reserve.
—See 14 A. S. 166.

Same — On tenant's property, right of landlord to. — See 119 A.
S. 122.

Life tenant, lessee of. — See 11 L. N. S. 688.

Light furnished tenant, liability of landlord for. — See 6 L. N.
S. 198.

Manure — Made on farm belongs to realty. — See 28 A. R. 39;
31 L. 698.

Mechanics' lien — On building erected by lessee upon lessor's
land. — See 23 L. 375.

Same — On landlord's interest for labor and materials
furnished tenant for building or improvements removable by
tenant. — See 6 L. N. S. 485.

Mining lease as sale of land. — See 9 A. C. 524.

Negligence of lessor in allowing overflow of water. — See



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