Commentary

229 Consent and compensation for short-term improvements

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

229 Consent and compensation for short-term improvements

| Commentary

229 Consent and compensation for short-term improvements

A tenant qualifies for statutory improvements compensation for such short-term improvements1 without the necessity of a notice being served on the landlord or any consent being given by him2 save with regard to mole drainage and consequential works3. In that case the tenant must, to qualify for compensation, give the landlord written notice4 of his intention to carry out the improvement at least one month before beginning to do it5.

A tenant is not entitled6 to compensation for such a short-term improvement if it

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