Commentary

28 Compensation in relation to agricultural holdings

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

28 Compensation in relation to agricultural holdings

| Commentary

28 Compensation in relation to agricultural holdings

Where an allotment is an agricultural holding1, the rights and liabilities of the tenant in relation to compensation and the removal of fixtures are in general governed by the agricultural holdings legislation2.

In the case of certain allotments of not more than 0.809 hectares3 (not being allotment gardens) the tenant is, on the termination of his tenancy, entitled, notwithstanding any agreement to the contrary, to obtain (from the landlord) compensation for growing crops (including fruit), labour expended and manure applied, fruit trees or bushes planted and structural

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