Where the trustee in bankruptcy1 of a yearly tenant of an agricultural holding carries on the farming for the benefit of the creditors, and at the determination of the tenancy claims compensation from the landlord due under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986, or under custom or agreement, the landlord may not set off against the amount of such compensation rent which was due from the tenant before the bankruptcy2. However, if a custom of the country is proved for the landlord
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