The only think I will disagree on is the letters of rec. I didn't use the LSDAS service...some schools said it would have been fine, but several specified to send everything directly to the law school themselves. I couldn't even do the online apps with LSDAS because I was a spring transfer and the websites for the particular schools didnt have it set up for LSDAS applications for spring.
I would think the garage would be a fixture, therefore part of the property. Once T moves out, he no longer has rights to it... otherwise it would be a personal covenenat and you cant have those..covenants have to touch and concern the land contained in the original leasehold in order for the covenant to run. If you try to separate the extra garage from the land it was connected with, it no longer 'touch and concerns' the land??