A landlord1 or tenant2 of an agricultural holding3 is not entitled under custom to any compensation from his tenant or landlord for any improvement, whether or not the improvement is one which qualifies for statutory compensation, or for any tenant-right matters specified in the Agricultural Holdings Act 19864 or otherwise5. This provision does not apply to compensation for long term improvements6 or short term improvements for which no consent is required7, begun before 1 March 19488, or to compensation for
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