Where a lease contained no stipulations as to the mode of quitting, the outgoing tenant was held to be entitled to his away-going crop as against the incoming tenant according to the custom of the country, even if the crop had been sown in contravention of the terms of the lease, and that contravention might have entitled the landlord to damages for the removal of the crop1.
A stipulation in a lease that the tenant would consume three-quarters of the hay and straw on the farm and spread the manure arising therefrom, and leave what was not spread for the
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