A tenant1 of an agricultural holding2 is entitled, subject to certain exceptions3, on quitting the holding on the termination of the tenancy4, to obtain from his landlord5 compensation for relevant improvements carried out by the tenant and for tenant-right matters6. Relevant improvements are those specified in the Agricultural Holdings Act 19867 and begun on or after 1 March 19488. It is immaterial with regard to the tenant's right to compensation for relevant improvements that he entered into occupation before 1 March 1948: the test is whether the improvements were commenced on or after that date
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