The tenant1 of an allotment garden2 which is not a parcel of land3 attached to a cottage4, is entitled, notwithstanding any agreement to the contrary, on quitting the land or part of the land on the termination of the tenancy of the whole or that part of it, to obtain from the landlord5 compensation6 for ordinary growing crops7 and for manure applied to the land8 based on their value to an incoming tenant9, but the compensation is recoverable only if the tenancy was terminated by the landlord by statutory re-entry10 or by notice to quit
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