If the tenant has remedied the breach, he will be required to pay compensation only where the landlord has in fact suffered loss; and, in general, where compensation is given, it will be measured by the same rule as damages in a claim for breach of the covenant1.
A lessor2 is entitled to recover as a debt due to him from a lessee3, and in addition to damages (if any), all reasonable costs and expenses properly incurred by the lessor in the employment of a solicitor and surveyor or valuer, or otherwise, in reference to any breach giving rise to
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