It is not an unreasonable withholding of consent to an assignment to impose reasonable conditions in giving consent1. It is unreasonable for the landlord to seek to impose a condition which would in effect alter the terms of the lease for the remainder of the term and diminish the value of the assignee's property2, or to require the subtenant to enter into a direct covenant with the landlord to pay the rent reserved by the head lease, even if the rent under the head lease and the sublease are the same
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