Formerly, where a concurrent lease not made by deed was made for a term exceeding the residue of the term granted by the original lease, the concurrent lease was void as to that residue1. If the oral concurrent lease was for a term less than the residue of the term granted by the original lease, it was wholly void2. However, now that there is no need to perfect the tenant's title by entry3, there appears to be no reason why a legal concurrent lease for a term of three years or less may not be granted orally or by
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