If used in its strict legal sense, 'reservation' refers to the payment of rent or rendering of other services by the tenant1. The term may, however, be used in a wide sense as meaning any benefit in respect of the subject matter of the grant which is kept by the grantor for himself. Thus, it may imply a keeping back of a physical part of the thing, in which case it is equivalent to an exception; and, accordingly, where the context requires it, 'reserving' is construed as making an exception so that what is reserved does not form part
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