Where relief is granted, it is not necessary for a new lease to be executed as the tenant continues to hold the premises under the old lease1. Where relief is granted subject to conditions to be performed within a certain time, then, until those conditions are performed or the time expires, the status of the tenant is that of a tenant at will or a tenant at sufferance only2. As long as the tenant is pursuing in good faith a claim for relief against forfeiture, his lease cannot, however, be said to have come to an end for all
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