In the majority of cases the landlord will contract to deduce his freehold title to the tenant in exactly the same way as if he were selling the freehold and a condition in the contract should be included to this effect1. However, under an open contract where a lease is to be granted out of an unregistered title, unless the parties are contracting to grant a lease which will trigger first registration, the tenant is not entitled to call for deduction of the freehold reversionary title on the grant of a lease2. Where the reversionary title is already registered
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