In Street v Mountford  AC 809 HL, the House of Lords held that an agreement that provided for exclusive occupation for a rent was a tenancy, although it had been described as a licence. Circumstances where a person with exclusive occupation will not be a tenant include where an employee occupies his employer's premises in order to perform his duties as an employee.
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