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Ruling 2204

If a person gives some land on rent for farming and sets its rent to be the produce of the very same land, or of another land, but the produce is non-existent at the moment, the rental agreement is not valid. The same applies [i.e. the rental agreement is not valid] if he sets the rent to be a general responsibility [on the lessee to pay] on condition that the rent is paid from the produce of the very same land. However, there is no objection if the produce is existent.