Commentary

25 Tenant’s rights—compensation for disturbance

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

25 Tenant’s rights—compensation for disturbance

| Commentary

25 Tenant’s rights—compensation for disturbance

The tenant of land let for use as an allotment garden, or let to a local authority or association for subletting for such use1, is entitled, notwithstanding any agreement to the contrary, to recover, from the landlord2, compensation for disturbance equal to one year’s rent of the land or part of the land in question3. Such compensation is available if the tenancy of the whole or of any part of the land is terminated by re-entry on certain grounds4, or by the termination of the landlord’s tenancy,

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