The licensor's remedies are divisible into those to which he is entitled under the general law and those which he enjoys by virtue of provisions contained in the instrument granting the licence. The remedies under the general law are a claim for an account1 and, where the licensee has actually exercised the right, a claim for use and occupation2. The remedies under provisions in the licence are a claim on the covenant for payment of rent and exercise of the powers of distress if expressly provided for3, and re-entry4.
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