In order to obtain a direction from the Tribunal1 that an agricultural holding2, or part of it, is to be treated as a market garden3, the tenant4 must first establish that the landlord5 refused, or failed within a reasonable time, to agree in writing that the holding or that part of it, as the case may be, is to be treated as a market garden6. On an application by the tenant for such a direction the Tribunal may, after being satisfied that the holding or part is suitable for the purposes of market gardening, direct that the special compensation
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