The tenant may also, either by custom or agreement1, have the right to the benefit of work which has been done, but has not become productive during the last year of the term; thus he may have the right to sell or take the away-going crops himself2. Apart from such custom or agreement, the tenant must at the end of the term give up possession of the farm together with all growing crops3. A custom as to any of these matters is excluded by
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