Commentary

54 Conditions relating to compensation for tenant’s improvements

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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54 Conditions relating to compensation for tenant’s improvements

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2: CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY FOR COMPENSATION

(a) Improvements other than planning permission or routine improvements

54 Conditions relating to compensation for tenant’s improvements

The landlord’s written consent to the provision of the tenant’s improvement is a mandatory pre-requisite for compensation1, and there can be no contracting out of this requirement2. Accordingly, the tenant who fails to secure his landlord’s written consent before undertaking an improvement runs the risk of losing his entitlement to compensation if the landlord’s consent is then refused.

The consent may (but need not) be given in the tenancy agreement3 and

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