A tenant to whom a cottage holding1 has been let2 has against the council3 the same right to compensation for specified improvements4 as he would have had if the holding had been a market garden5. He is not, however, entitled to compensation for improvements executed contrary to an express written prohibition by the council6. If the tenant feels aggrieved by such a prohibition he may appeal to the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers7, who may confirm, vary or annul the prohibition: in this respect the Secretary of State's or the Welsh Ministers' decision is final
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