In the case of specified1 long term improvements, a tenant2 who is aggrieved by the refusal of his landlord3 to consent to an improvement, or as to the conditions which the landlord seeks to impose as a prerequisite to his consent, may apply to the Tribunal4 for approval of the carrying out of the improvement5. The Tribunal may approve the carrying out of the improvement, either unconditionally or upon such terms as to reduce the compensation, or as to other matters, as may seem just, or may withhold its approval6. It is a prerequisite of a tenant's application to
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