Doctrine of Mutually Dependent Covenants

Doctrine of Mutually Dependent Covenants

Definition

A common law doctrine founded in principles of property law that regarded a leasehold as the conveyance of an interest in real property with no obligation upon the lessor to provide any appurtenances beyond the right to use and occupy land.

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