The statutory rights to compensation under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 payable to a tenant1 of an agricultural holding2 apply to market gardens3 which fall into one of the following categories:
(1) where it has been agreed in writing4 on or after 1 January 18965 that the holding6 should be let or treated7 as a market garden8;
(2) where the tenancy was current on 1 January 1896 and the holding9 was at that date in use for cultivation as a market garden with the knowledge of the landlord10, and the tenant had then executed on the holding, without having
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