Except to the extent that the landlord has assumed an obligation to rebuild (as, for example, by covenanting to repair), he need not rebuild the premises if they are destroyed by fire during the term1, and a covenant on his part for quiet enjoyment does not require him to reinstate the premises2. The fact that the tenant has covenanted to repair with an exception for damage by fire does not of itself imply an obligation on the landlord's part to rebuild3. Moreover, the fact that the landlord has insured and has received the insurance money does not impose an
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