Commentary

24 Tenant’s right to compensation—unoccupied land

ALLOTMENTS, SMALLHOLDINGS AND GARDENS vol 2(3)
| Commentary

24 Tenant’s right to compensation—unoccupied land

| Commentary

24 Tenant’s right to compensation—unoccupied land

A tenant to whom land has been let by a council under the council’s power in relation to unoccupied land1, and whose tenancy is terminated by the termination of the right of occupation of the council, is entitled to recover from the council the same compensation (if any), and has the same right to remove crops, as if the tenancy had been terminated by notice to quit by the council2.

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