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Part III of the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 (ATA 1995) sets out provisions relating to compensation payable by a landlord to a tenant for improvements carried out by the latter in respect of a farm business tenancy. ATA 1995, s 15 defines ‘tenant’s improvements’ as any physical improvement made on the holding by the tenant by their own effort or wholly or partly at their expense, or any intangible advantage attached to the holding which is obtained for the holding by the tenant in the same manner. By ATA 1995, s 16, on the termination of the tenancy and the quitting of the holding, the tenant shall be entitled to obtain compensation in respect of any tenant’s improvement that is not removed or does not remain attached. However by ATA 1995,
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