On the expiration of his tenancy of an allotment1, a tenant may be entitled to compensation for improvements, for disturbance and other matters, and a landlord may be entitled to compensation for deterioration to the allotment2. The tenant may alternatively have the right to remove fixtures, fruit trees and bushes and like matters. The rights of the landlord and tenant may arise under custom3 or agreement, or under statute. The statutory provisions applicable differ, as in the case of determination of tenancies
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