Where a tenant is entitled to compensation1 for tenant's improvements2 and (1) after the end of the period of occupation3 expenses are incurred in replacing the benefit of the tenant's improvements by other improvements of comparable benefit to the land4; and (2) the person incurring those expenses, whether he is the landlord or not, is entitled to compensation in respect of those expenses5, the Agricultural Tenancies Act 19956 applies as if the works in respect of which those expenses are incurred were not tenant's improvements, if
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