Where the tenant1 entered into occupation of the agricultural holding2 before 1 March 19483 he is not entitled to statutory compensation in respect of the tenant-right matters4 unless, before the termination of the tenancy5, he gives written notice6 to the landlord7 stating that he elects that the statutory compensation provision8 is to apply to him in respect of those matters9. Otherwise compensation will be payable under the custom of the district and the provisions (if any) of the tenancy agreement10.
Where the tenancy terminates by reason of a notice to quit and during the currency of the notice the landlord
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