Commentary

58 Conditions relating to compensation for routine improvements

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

58 Conditions relating to compensation for routine improvements

| Commentary

58 Conditions relating to compensation for routine improvements

Compensation for routine improvements1 covers many of the matters traditionally known as ‘tenant-right matters’ for which compensation is payable under the Agricultural Holdings Act 19862.

In the same way as for other physical improvements, the landlord’s written consent must be given before compensation3 is payable; however, if the landlord refuses or fails to give unconditional consent, it is still possible for the tenant to serve notice requiring arbitration (and for an award to be made) after he has begun or, indeed, already provided the routine improvement4.

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