392. Acceptance by landlord of assignee as tenant.

The landlord is debarred from insisting on the necessity of consent if he has accepted the assignee as tenant in the place of the assignor, but this acceptance is not to be inferred merely from the fact that possession has been given to the assignee with the knowledge of the landlord and without objection on his part; this, while an important element, is not conclusive where the facts show that the landlord did not intend to accept the assignee