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CONVEYANCING ACT 1919 - SECT 86

Short forms of covenants by lessees

86 Short forms of covenants by lessees

(1) Whenever in any lease which is expressed to be made in pursuance of this Act, or in any lease under the Real Property Act 1900 , the lessee or the lessor employs the form of words contained in the first column of Part 2 of the Fourth Schedule and distinguished by a number therein, such form of words shall imply a covenant by the lessee or the lessor for himself or herself, the lessee or lessor’s executors, administrators, and assigns, with the lessor or the lessee, the lessor or lessee’s executors, administrators, and assigns, in the terms contained in the second column of the said Schedule, and distinguished by the corresponding number.
(2) There may be introduced into or annexed to any form in the first column any addition to, exception from, or qualification of the same; or any words in such column may be struck out or omitted; and a proviso which would give effect to the intention indicated by such addition, exception, qualification, striking out, or omission, shall be taken to be added to the corresponding form in the second column.
(3) This section applies only to leases made by deed executed after the commencement of this Act and to leases made under the Real Property Act 1900 , after the commencement of the Conveyancing (Amendment) Act 1930 .



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