A lease may not be granted to an unincorporated association because such a body has no legal entity at common law1. Thus, a lease may not be granted to the members of such an association from time to time, nor may a lease be granted to all the persons who at the time it was executed were members of the association, where no one has himself undertaken, or authorised anyone on his behalf to undertake, the obligations which are imposed upon a tenant
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