85. Need for inspection of head lease.

A prospective undertenant should examine the lease of his prospective immediate landlord in order to ascertain that the term of the underlease may be validly granted, and that the lease contains no unduly onerous covenants1. If the sub-term is, in fact, longer than the original term, the undertenant may not, after the underlease has been granted, obtain compensation2 unless the agreement for the underlease provides for this3. After an agreement for an underlease has been entered into, then, whether he has had a chance of inspecting the head lease or not, the undertenant may not refuse to accept the