| Commentary

213 Subtenancies

| Commentary

213 Subtenancies

A tenant who has sublet the holding and who, pursuant to a notice to quit given to him by his landlord, becomes liable to pay to his subtenant compensation for disturbance is not himself precluded from recovering compensation from his own landlord by reason only of the fact that, not being in occupation, he does not actually quit the holding on the termination of his tenancy1.

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