In relation to lettings after 4 August 1922, the tenant of land let for use as an allotment garden1 (and a local authority or association to which land is let for subletting for such use2) is entitled, notwithstanding any agreement to the contrary, to obtain from the landlord3, on quitting, compensation for ordinary growing crops and manure applied to the land4; and such compensation is based on the value to an incoming tenant5. Compensation is only recoverable if the
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