The benefit of a landlord's1 right of re-entry under a tenancy2:
(1) is to be annexed and incident to the whole, and to each and every part, of the reversion in the premises3 demised by the tenancy4; and
(2) passes on an assignment5 of the whole or any part of the reversion in those premises6.
Where, as a result of an assignment, a person becomes, by virtue of the
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