A covenant which binds the tenant specifically to rebuild is not satisfied by merely repairing; and so, where such a covenant extends to several houses, it is not sufficient for the tenant to rebuild some and repair the others1. If, however, the covenant is a general covenant to repair houses and to rebuild within a specified time as occasion may require, it is enough if the tenant repairs so as to make the houses substantially as good as new
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