Commentary

223 Consent and compensation

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

223 Consent and compensation

| Commentary

223 Consent and compensation

The tenant is not entitled to compensation for such an improvement1 unless the landlord has given his written consent to the carrying out of the improvement2. Such consent may be given unconditionally or on such terms as to compensation or otherwise as may be agreed in writing between the parties3. If any such agreement is made, the statutory provision as to the amount of compensation4 has effect subject to the provisions of the agreement5. The measure of the statutory compensation is an amount equal to the increase attributable

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