437. Usual covenants.

Leases of licensed premises may contain covenants on the tenant's part which are intended to protect the premises licence1. If the landlord is a brewer and the premises are to be 'tied' to his business, so that the tenant must buy his beer and other products from the landlord, the lease will contain covenants to create the 'tie' and ensure that the benefit of it is assignable2. Such arrangements are now uncommon, however, and have largely been superseded by arrangements where the landlord supplying beer under a 'beer tie' agreement is not a brewer but a company owning a