The only general requirement as to the form of a lease1 is that for the purposes of conveying or creating a legal estate it must, usually, be made by deed2. The rigour of this requirement may, however, be mitigated by equity; and a lease which is invalid because it is not made by deed may nevertheless be construed as an agreement for a lease which may be specifically enforceable
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