So long as he retains possession, a statutory tenant1 must observe and is entitled to the benefit of all the terms and conditions2 of the original contract of tenancy3, so far as they are consistent with the provisions of the Rent Act 19774. Thus he has a right to quiet enjoyment of the premises5 together with any ancillary rights, such as the right to a supply of hot water or electricity6, which may have been included in the tenancy, expressly or by implication7, and a right to the benefit of such terms as were implied in the tenancy by
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