Where a lease of a garden is granted, the covenants by the landlord and by the tenant are legally binding between the original parties and their successors in title, both of the reversion and of the term granted, subject to the rules regarding release from liability on assignment1. A personal licence for use or occupation, for example for a fête or wedding, or for putting up scaffolding, is not enforceable except between the parties, and does not bind a successor in title of the grantor2.
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