Whether the liability of the tenant is founded on waste or on implied contract, it may be enforced either by an injunction or damages. Damages may be given for waste completed at the time of the beginning of the proceedings; and an injunction may be granted against further waste1. An injunction may be obtained at the suit of the landlord against an undertenant, but, unless given in lieu of an injunction, damages may, it seems, be recovered only against the immediate tenant2. To obtain an injunction against waste, it is necessary to show that the waste will cause substantial
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