Where the landlord1 resumes possession of a part of an agricultural holding2, whether in pursuance of a provision contained in the contract of tenancy3 or under statute4, the statutory compensation provisions apply to the part as if it were a separate holding which the tenant5 had quit in consequence of a notice to quit6. Where such possession is taken under a provision in the contract of tenancy the arbitrator or, as the case may be, the third party7, in assessing the
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