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Provided always, that when any owner is rated in respect of any rateable property in the occupation of any tenant under any lease or agreement made prior to the passing of the special Act, such tenant shall repay to the owner all sums paid by him during the continuance of such lease on account of any rates under this or the special Act payable by the occupier, unless it have been agreed that the owner shall pay all rates in respect of such property; and every sum so payable by the tenant to the owner may be recovered, if not paid upon demand, as arrears of rent could be recovered from the occupier by the said owner.
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