Where there is an absolute covenant by a tenant for a term of years not to sell or remove the hay and straw, but to consume the same on the holding, and also to leave on the holding unconsumed all fodder grown in the last year of the term, on being paid for the same by valuation, then if the tenancy is forfeited on the bankruptcy of the tenant for breach of condition, and the landlord re-enters and forfeits the tenancy, the landlord is not bound by the stipulation to pay for the unconsumed hay and straw
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