The statutory right of removal1 applies to every fixture or building2 affixed or erected by the tenant3 to or upon a holding or acquired by him after 1 January 19014 for the purposes of a trade or business as a market gardener5, either:
(1) when it has been agreed in writing on or after 1 January 18966, that the holding7 should be let or treated8 as a market garden9; or
(2) where the tenancy was current on 1 January 1896 and the holding10 was at that date in use or cultivation as a market garden with the knowledge of
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