11.1.1 Why reverse premiums?

When a landlord grants a lease, he is permitting the tenant to have the use of his property. It is therefore natural to expect the tenant to pay for the privilege, either in the form of rent or a premium or both. Why then, in certain circumstances, is the position reversed? Why would a landlord pay the tenant a sum of money in order to enter into the lease?

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