The Law of Compensation for Unexhausted Agricultural Improvements: As Amended by the Agricultural Holdings (England) Acts, 1883 to 1900, and the Allotments & Cottage Gradens Compensation for Crops Act, 1887 : with the Statutes and Forms

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Page 51 - ... 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 58 - 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 of fences. (10) Planting of hops. (11) Planting of orchards or fruit bushes. (12) Reclaiming of waste land. (13) Warping of land. (14) Embankment and sluices against floods.
Page 35 - 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, within section twenty-five of the Act of the fifty-seventh year of King George the Third, chapter ninety-seven, and shall be raised and paid as in that section provided with respect to the expenses therein mentioned.
Page 95 - Any referee, arbitrator, or umpire may, at any stage of the proceedings under a reference, and shall, if so directed by the Court or a judge, state in the form of a special case for the opinion of the Court any question of law arising in the course of the reference.
Page 52 - Act, 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 26 - Any notice, request, demand, or other instrument under this act may be served on the person to whom it is to be given, either personally or by leaving it for him at his last known place of abode in England, or by sending it through the post in a registered letter addressed to him there ; and if so sent by post it shall be deemed to have been served at the time when the letter containing it would be delivered in ordinary course ; and in order to prove service by letter it shall be sufficient to prove...
Page 40 - The making of any road, tramroad, siding, canal, or basin, or any wharf, pier, or other work connected therewith; and the notice to quit so states, then it shall, by virtue of this Act. be no objection to the notice that it relates to part only of the holding. In every such case the provisions of this Act respecting compensation shall apply as on determination of tenancy in respect of an entire holding.
Page 38 - Where a landlord is incumbent of an ecclesiastical benefice, the powers by this Act conferred on a landlord shall not be exercised by him in respect of the glebe land or other land belonging to the benefice, except with the...
Page 26 - 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 17 - If for fourteen days afier notice by one party to the other to appoint a referee, or another referee, the other party fails to do so, then, on the application of the party giving notice, the...

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