The Agricultural Holdings Act, 1883: And Other Statutes, with Forms, Including Precedents of Leases, lk 361

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Clowes, 1883 - 346 pages

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Page 29 - ... 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...
Page 12 - Act referred to as the principal Act) and in this Act mentioned, be entitled, at the determination of a tenancy, on quitting his holding to obtain from the landlord as compensation under the said Acts for the improvement such sum as fairly represents the value of the improvement to an incoming tenant.
Page 12 - 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 improvement of roads or bridges.
Page 34 - in relation to a holding means any person for the time being entitled to receive the rents and profits of any holding i " 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 50 - Act shall be charged and recovered as follows and not otherwise (that is to say) : (1.) The amount so due shall not be recoverable personally against such landlord nor shall he be under any liability to pay such amount 'but the same shall be a charge on and recoverable against the holding only ; 899 Agricultural Holdings (COMMONS!
Page 50 - ... a charge on the holding to the amount of the sum due to him, and of all costs properly incurred by him in obtaining the charge or in raising the amount due thereunder.
Page 30 - Act of 1900 (except an agreement providing such compensation as is by this Act permitted to be substituted for compensation under this Act), shall, so far as it deprives him of such right, be void both at law and in equity.
Page 16 - ... notice in writing of his intention so to do, and of the manner in which he proposes to do the intended work, and upon such notice being given, the landlord and tenant may agree on tho terms as to compensation or otherwise on which the improvement is to be executed...
Page 24 - Act a tenant affixes to his holding any engine, machinery, fencing, or other fixture, or erects any building for which he is not under this Act or otherwise entitled to compensation, and which is not so affixed or erected in pursuance of some obligation in that behalf or instead of some fixture or building belonging to the landlord, then such fixture or building shall be the property of and be removable by the tenant before or within a reasonable time after the termination of the tenancy.
Page 34 - County Court," in relation to a holding, means the county court within the district whereof the holding or the larger part thereof is situate : "Person" includes a body of persons and a corporation aggregate or sole :

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