Under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 the tenant's1 entitlement to compensation for disturbance may arise:
(1) in certain limited circumstances where the tenancy terminates2 in consequence of a notice to quit given by the landlord3 or of a counter-notice given by the tenant, enlarging the landlord's notice to quit part of the holding4, and the tenant quits the holding in consequence of the notice or counter-notice5; or
(2) where the tenant's interest is compulsorily acquired6.
The Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 grants the tenant the right to receive basic compensation7 and in certain circumstances both basic and additional compensation8.
The rules governing
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