Rent is the consideration given by the tenant for occupation of the land or premises. Although almost invariably a money payment, it does not have to be, and in the old case of Pitcher v. Tovey (1692), bottles of wine were held to be recoverable as part of the consideration under a lease. The most usual alternative to a money payment will be services to be rendered on a service tenancy.
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