A contract of tenancy1 may be created either by conduct2, or by writing or orally by any words which express the intention of entering into legal relations3 and which grant exclusive possession for a fixed or periodic term4. A legal estate for a term of years5 may be created by a lease by deed for any term6, or by a written or oral tenancy agreement for a term not exceeding three years taking effect in possession at the best rent that can be reasonably obtained without taking a fine (that is, a premium)7. Any other written or oral contract
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