A lease for a term generally1 needs no notice to quit at the end of the term, whether the term expires by effluxion of time2, or on the happening of an event on which it is expressed to determine3. The tenant is not bound to quit until midnight on the last day of the term4.
A tenant is not justified in quitting before the end of the term simply because the landlord has failed in the performance of a stipulation on his part (such as a covenant to repair)5. In such a case, the tenant remains liable for the rent,
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