While a covenant to put premises into repair admits of only a single breach for which, when damages have been recovered, there is no further remedy on the covenant1, a breach of a covenant to keep in repair, if not made good, is a continuing breach2; and the recovery of damages in one claim does not prevent the recovery of damages in a subsequent claim, although in assessing damages in the subsequent claim the amount recovered in the first must be taken into account3. Under a covenant to keep in repair, the tenant is bound to have the premises
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