In order to constitute an eviction by a person claiming under title paramount, it is not necessary that the tenant should be put out of possession, or that proceedings should be brought1. A threat of eviction is sufficient; and, if the tenant, in consequence of that threat, attorns to the claimant, he may set this up as an eviction by way of defence to a claim for rent
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