It is also well settled that before an agreement for a lease may be regarded as valid, its essential terms, such as the parties concerned, the property involved, the duration or length of the term, the rent payable, the date of its commencement, the terms as to covenants and the mode of its determination must inter alia be certain. See Harvey v. Pratt. supra at p. 788. An agreement for a lease. Therefore, to be capable of enforcement by an order of specific performance must be certain as regards its essential terms.
– Iguh JSC. Nlewedim v. Uduma (1995)