If, after an assignment, the landlord sues the tenant for breach of covenant, it may be reasonable for the tenant to defend the claim, whether for the purpose of having the damages ascertained or otherwise; and, in a claim on the covenant of indemnity, the tenant may recover as damages from the assignee the costs properly so incurred, notwithstanding that the defence was unsuccessful
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