The parcels clause in a lease describes and delimits the demised property1. This may be done either by giving a name or some denoting mark to the property (as, for example, where a house in a town is described by the street and number, in which case extrinsic evidence may be necessary in order to ascertain what is intended by the description)2. An alternative description is by giving measurements or boundaries3, or by reference to a plan4, in which case extrinsic evidence to identify the property may still be required, although the identification is assisted by these descriptions5. Where
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