Describe the landlord's duty to deliver possession of leased premises at the commencement of the term.
In most jurisdictions, a landlord has an implied obligation to deliver physical possession of premises at the commencement of the lease term ("English rule"). A substantial minority of states, however, impose no obligation upon the landlord to do so ("American rule"). Also, under common law, a landlord did not have an obligation to actually deliver possession to the tenant. Consequently, a lessee did not acquire a legal interest in the leased premises until she actually took possession. In the event that there was a trespasser or holdover tenant on the property, tenant's exclusive remedy was against the wrongdoer (and tenant had no action against the landlord).
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