The Agricultural Holdings (England) Act, 1883: With Notes and an Introductory Chapter on the Subject Matter of the Act, Also a Summary of Procedure, and an Appendix of Forms...

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Page 21 - Any notice, if served by post, shall be deemed to have been served at the time -when the letter containing the same would be delivered in the ordinary course of the post...
Page 33 - ... the Governors of the Queen Anne's Bounty (that is, the Governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy).
Page 49 - Erection, alteration, or enlargement of buildings. (2) Formation of silos. (3) Laying down of permanent pasture. (4) Making and planting of osier beds. (5) Making of water meadows or works of irrigation. (6) Making of gardens. (7) Making or improving of roads or bridges. (8) Making or improving of watercourses, ponds, wells, or reservoirs, or of works for the application of water power or for supply of water for agricultural or domestic purposes. (9) Making or removal of permanent fences.
Page ix - ... means any parcel of land held by a tenant, which is either wholly agricultural or wholly pastoral, or in part agricultural and as to the residue pastoral, or in whole or in part cultivated as a market garden, and which is not let to the tenant during his continuance in any office, appointment, or employment held under the landlord...
Page 28 - ... elected to be purchased shall be left by the tenant, and shall become the property of the landlord, who shall pay the tenant the fair value thereof to an incoming tenant of. the holding; and any difference as to the value shall be settled by a reference under this Act...
Page 3 - ... and, in any case, requiring the lessee to make compensation in money for the breach, and the lessee fails, within a reasonable time thereafter, to remedy the breach, if it is capable of remedy, and to make reasonable compensation in money, to the satisfaction of the lessor, for the breach.
Page 28 - Any engine, machinery, fencing, or other fixture affixed to a holding by a tenant, and any building erected by him thereon for which he is not under this Act or otherwise entitled to compensation...
Page 16 - ... to the referee or referees or umpire appears just, regard being had to the reasonableness or unreasonableness of the claim of either party in respect of amount, or otherwise, and to all the circumstances of the case. The award may direct the payment of the whole or any part of the costs aforesaid by the one party to the other. The costs aforesaid shall be subject to taxation by the registrar of the county court...
Page 31 - Act shall be deemed to be an expense incurred in improvement of land belonging to Her Majesty, her heirs or successors, in right of the Duchy...
Page 17 - Tha.t compensation has not been awarded for improvements, acts, or things, breaches of covenants or agreements, or for committing or permitting waste, in respect of which the party claiming was entitled to compensation...

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