Generally, a tenant1 under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 is not entitled to compensation for long term improvements2 unless the landlord3 consented to them in writing4. Such consent may be given unconditionally or on such terms as to compensation or otherwise as may be agreed in writing between the parties5. If an agreement as to compensation is made, the measure of compensation laid down has effect subject to the provisions of that agreement6.
Where the tenant of a holding has carried out a long term improvement
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