At common law, the benefit of the tenant's covenants did not run with the reversion, except in the case of covenants for payment of rent, or the rendering of services in the nature of rent1. However, under statute2, rent3 reserved by a lease4, and the benefit of every covenant or provision contained in a lease having reference to the subject matter of it5 and on the lessee's6 part to be observed or performed, and every condition of re-entry7 and other condition contained in the lease, is annexed and incident to and goes with the reversionary estate in the land8,
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