A clause in a tenancy agreement entitling the tenant to take an away-going crop does not entitle the tenant to retain possession of any part of the land against the landlord after the determination of the tenancy, but imports a licence to the tenant to enter the land for the purpose of taking the crop1. Where, however, custom applies to the tenancy and the tenant is entitled by custom to the away-going crop and is bound to repair fences, he may be entitled also to actual possession of the land on which the crop is growing until the crop
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