In certain circumstances a landlord1 may charge an increased rent if he has carried out an improvement2, and the question whether compensation is provided for the improvement3 under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 is immaterial4. This right arises in the case of the following improvements5:
(1) an improvement carried out at the request of, or in agreement with, the tenant6;
(2) an improvement carried out in compliance with a direction of the Tribunal7 to provide, alter or repair fixed equipment8;
(3) a long term improvement carried out by the landlord after the Tribunal has given its consent thereto9 on
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