The Law of Compensation for Unexhausted Agricultural Improvements: As Amended by the Agricultural Holdings (England) Act, 1883 (46 & 47 Vict. C. 61) and the Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act, 1883 (46 & 47 Vict. C. 62) : with the Statutes and Forms

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Page 321 - in relation to a holding means any person for the time being entitled to receive the rents and profits of any holding : "Tenant" means the holder of land under a landlord for a term of years, or for lives or for lives and years, or from year to year :
Page 257 - ... 3. Immediately after the removal of any fixture or building the tenant shall make good all damage occasioned to any other building or other part of the holding by the removal : 4.
Page 225 - Act) they shall before they enter on the reference appoint an umpire: (8) If before award an umpire dies or becomes incapable of acting, the referees shall appoint another...
Page 316 - ... thus 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, as in case of compensation (but without appeal).
Page 332 - That where any goods or chattels shall be distrained for any rent reserved and due upon any demise, lease, or contract whatsoever, and the tenant or owner of the goods so distrained shall not, within five days next after such distress taken, and notice thereof...
Page 333 - Lord 1738, where any distress shall be made for any kind of rent justly due, and any irregularity or unlawful act shall be afterwards done by the party or parties distraining, or by his...
Page 265 - Sect. 41. comprised in the notice to quit, and in respect of any depreciation of the value to him of the residue of the holding, caused by the withdrawal of that land from the holding or by the use to be made thereof...
Page 217 - Any benefit which the landlord has given or allowed to the tenant in consideration of the tenant executing the improvement...
Page 279 - ... 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 332 - ... shall and may lawfully sell the goods and chattels so distrained for the best price that can be gotten for the same, towards satisfaction of the rent for which the said goods and chattels shall...

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