Commentary

221 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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221 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation

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3: IMPROVEMENTS BEGUN ON OR AFTER 1 MARCH 1948

(a) Compensation

221 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation

A tenant is entitled on the termination of his tenancy of an agricultural holding to which the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 applies1, on quitting the holding, to obtain from his landlord compensation for ‘relevant’ improvements begun on or after 1 March 19482. There are three categories of ‘relevant improvement’:

  1. 221.1

        long-term improvements to which consent of the landlord is required3;

  2. 221.2

        long-term improvements to which consent of the landlord or approval of the tribunal is required4;

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