Compensation under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 is payable to tenants1 on quitting their holdings2 for disturbance3, for the continuous adoption of a special system of farming4, for the making of specified improvements and for certain tenant-right matters5. Where compensation is payable for disturbance, additional compensation to assist in the reorganisation of the tenant's affairs is also generally payable6. A right to compensation is also given to landlords
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