At common law there is no implied obligation on a landlord to manage his estate in accordance with the rules of good estate management, whereas there is an implied covenant by the tenant to use and cultivate the land in a good and husbandlike manner according to the custom of the country, and to keep the buildings wind- and water-tight1. No sanctions are available to a tenant against a landlord breaching the rules of good estate management. A tenant in breach of the rules of good husbandry is exposed to the grant of a certificate of bad husbandry by
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