'Tenant-right' is a term used to express the right of the tenant to take or receive after the determination of his tenancy the benefit of the labour and capital expended by him in cleaning, tilling and sowing the land during his tenancy, which he would otherwise lose by the determination of the tenancy1. In the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 the expression 'tenant-right matters' is used to describe specified matters2 for which compensation may be payable under the Act, except in the case of a tenant who entered into occupation of the holding before 1 March 19483, and who does
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