A tenant1 who has remained in his agricultural holding2, or in any agricultural holding which comprised the whole or a substantial part of the land comprised in the holding, during two or more tenancies is not deprived of his right to compensation for old improvements3 by reason only that the improvements were not made during the tenancy at the termination4 of which he quits the holding5.
Where, on entering into occupation of an agricultural holding, the tenant, with the consent in writing of his landlord6, paid to an
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