Conveyancing Act 1919 No 6
Current version for 20 May 2014 to date (accessed 23 December 2014 at 02:37)
Part 10Section 140

140   Savings

Nothing in this Part shall extend or be construed to prejudice or take away any right of action or other right or remedy to which, but for the enacting of this Part, the lessee named in any such lease as aforesaid, the lessee’s executors, administrators, or assigns would or might have been entitled under or by virtue of any covenant for title or quiet enjoyment contained in such lease on the part of the person granting the same, or to prejudice or take away any right of re-entry or other right or remedy to which, but for the enacting of this Part, the person granting such lease, the person’s executors, administrators, or assigns, or other the person for the time being entitled to the reversion expectant on the determination of such lease, would or might have been entitled, for or by reason of any breach of the covenants, conditions, or provisos contained in such lease, and on the part of the lessee, the lessee’s executors, administrators, or assigns, to be observed or performed.
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