| Commentary

225 Consent or approval

| Commentary

225 Consent or approval

With regard to these long-term improvements1, the landlord’s written consent is a condition precedent to entitlement to the statutory improvements compensation2, and the provisions mentioned above as to the giving of unconditional or conditional consent and the effect of agreements as to compensation apply3.

However, where on the application of the tenant, the landlord refuses his consent, or gives consent containing terms unacceptable to the tenant, the tenant may apply to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (in relation to England) or the Agricultural Land Tribunal (in relation to Wales) for

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