Agricultural Holdings (Improvements) (Guernsey) Law, 1965. | Land Portal

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This Law provides rules relative to improvements made by tenants or landlords under a lease of an agricultural holding. The tenant shall in principle be entitled on the termination of the tenancy to receive compensation in accordance with the provisions of the Second Schedule, for any improvement carried out by the tenant as specified in Part I of the First Schedule or any act of husbandry carried out by the tenant on the holding as specified in Part II of the First Schedule. If the landlord carries out such improvement he or she may raise the rent according to provisions of this Law. The Landlord may receive from the tenant compensation of any deterioration of the holding during tenancy.

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