Where the reversionary estate in an agricultural holding1 has become vested in more than one person in several parts, the tenant2 is entitled to require any statutory compensation3 payable to him to be determined as if the holding had not been so severed4. In such cases the arbitrator, or as the case may be, the third party5 must, where necessary, apportion the amount awarded between the persons who for the purposes of the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 constitute the landlord6, and any additional cost of the
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