In general1, the tenant2 under a farm business tenancy3 is entitled on the termination4 of the tenancy, on quitting the holding5, to obtain from his landlord6 compensation in respect of any tenant's improvement7. A tenant's entitlement in this regard does not, however, extend to any physical improvement which is removed from the holding or any intangible advantage which does not remain attached to the holding8.
A tenant is not entitled to compensation9 in respect of a tenant's improvement which consists of planning permission10 unless:
(1) the landlord has given his consent in writing11 to the making of the application for
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