A covenant to repair may expressly extend to buildings erected subsequently to the demise1; but, even without express mention of such buildings, a covenant to repair the demised premises extends to all things which are for the time being a part of the premises included in the lease2. Consequently, the covenant extends to additional buildings3, and to fixtures if they are demised under the lease4. The words used in the lease may, however, show a contrary intention, so that a covenant to repair 'the demised buildings' applies only to buildings existing at the time of the demise
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