Either party to a valid and enforceable agreement for a lease may recover damages at common law for breach of contract if one party refuses to perform the agreement1. Where the landlord cannot fulfil his obligations because of a defect in title, the tenant may recover damages for loss of bargain, as well as the expenses and liabilities which he has necessarily incurred
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