Commentary

217 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation for ‘old’ improvements

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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217 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation for ‘old’ improvements

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2: IMPROVEMENTS BEGUN BEFORE 1 MARCH 1948

217 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation for ‘old’ improvements

A tenant is entitled on the termination of his tenancy of an agricultural holding, on quitting the holding, to obtain from his landlord compensation for specified improvements1 begun before 1 March 19482. Where the tenant has remained on the holding3 for two or more tenancies he remains entitled to compensation for old improvements even though the improvements were made during the earlier tenancy4. Compensation is payable for improvements carried out by the tenant or improvements in respect of which

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