There is no implied covenant or warranty on the part of the landlord that the land leased or let is reasonably fit for cultivation1, or that no noxious plants are growing on the demised premises2.
The law implies an undertaking or covenant on the part of an agricultural tenant to cultivate the land in a husbandlike manner according to the custom of the country, whether the land is or is not in good condition at the commencement of his tenancy, unless there is a particular agreement dispensing with that engagement3.
The custom of the country includes not only special customs regulating
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