If the tenant has insured in accordance with his covenant, and the landlord effects a separate insurance1, in the event of a claim the loss may be apportioned by the insurers between the two policies2. The landlord may not in this way deprive the tenant of the benefit of his performance of the covenant, and he must account to the tenant for the moneys received under the policy effected by himself
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