As regards parts of the building which are necessary for the convenience of all the tenants of flats or other units within it, and which the landlord is assumed to retain in his own possession and control, the landlord's liability for injuries suffered as a result of the non-repair of those parts depends upon the common law rules of nuisance and negligence, and the provisions of the
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