189. Presumption as to encroachments by tenant.

Where, during the currency of his tenancy, a tenant encroaches1 upon, or without title to do so takes possession of, other land, there is a presumption that the land so taken becomes annexed to the demised premises, whether or not it is immediately adjacent to the demised premises, and whether or not it belongs to the landlord or to a third person, and on the determination of the tenancy that land must be given up to the landlord together with the demised premises2. The presumption applies whether or not the land taken by the tenant is waste land3. Where