Once a valid notice to quit has been served, it automatically brings the tenancy to an end on the expiration of the notice1, and may not be withdrawn or treated as waived2. After a valid notice to quit has been served, the landlord and the tenant may, however, agree expressly or by implication for the grant of a new tenancy to take effect on the expiry of the notice. If such an agreement is effected during the currency of the notice to quit, the notice is, inaccurately, said to be 'withdrawn'3. If such an agreement is effected after the
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