| Commentary

251 Successive tenancies

| Commentary

251 Successive tenancies

When the tenant of a holding has remained during two or more tenancies, his landlord is not deprived of his right to compensation under the above provisions1 by reason only that the tenancy during which an act or omission occurred which in whole or in part caused the dilapidation, deterioration or damage was a tenancy other than that at the termination of which the tenant quits the holding2.

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