There can be no tenancy without the grant of exclusive possession, which enables the tenant to exclude strangers and even the landlord, unless the landlord is exercising rights to enter the land granted to him under the tenancy agreement1. Where the agreement is made in writing, the court analyses the substance of the rights and obligations in the agreement in order to determine whether exclusive possession has been granted2. The terms of the true bargain may not, however, be wholly the same as that of the bargain appearing on the face of the agreement, even though the agreement as
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