1287. Enfranchisement and extension with regard to Crown land.

In the case of a tenancy from the Crown1, the statutory provisions relating to enfranchisement or extension2 apply in favour of the tenant3 as in the case of any other tenancy if there has ceased to be a Crown interest in the land4. As against a landlord5 holding a tenancy from the Crown those provisions apply also if either:


    (1)     his subtenant is seeking an extended lease and the landlord, or a superior landlord holding a tenancy from the Crown, has a sufficient interest to grant it and is entitled to do so without the concurrence of the appropriate