Where the agreement for an underlease provides that the underlease is to contain the like provisions in all respects as are contained in the head lease, the provisions of the head lease are to be taken as models for those in the underlease, and must be introduced in it with the proper alterations of names and other matters1. Consequently, a provision against assigning without the consent of the head landlord becomes in the underlease a provision against assigning without the consent of the intermediate landlord2; but the scope of the agreement may indicate that certain covenants (such as the
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