Where a single rent is reserved on a lease of land and incorporeal hereditaments1, or of land and chattels2, the rent is treated as issuing out of the land alone3. If the titles to the land and chattels are severed, either the rent will be apportioned or a new agreement will be inferred under which the tenant takes the land at a reasonable proportion of the rent from the person entitled to it and agrees to pay the remainder as compensation to the person entitled to the chattels
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