See also:property by some
See also:form of title from a landlord . For the forms of tenancy, &c., see LANDLORD AND
See also:TENANT . TENANT-RIGHT, in
See also:law, a
See also:term expressing the right which a tenant has, either by
See also:custom or by law, against his landlord for compensation for improvements at the determination of his tenancy . In England it is governed for the most
See also:part by the Agricultural Holdings Acts and the Allotments and Small Holdings Acts (see LANDLORD AND TENANT) . In
See also:Ireland, tenant-right was a custom, prevailing particularly in Ulster, by which the tenant acquired a right not to have his
See also:rent raised arbitrarily at the expiration of his term . This resulted in Ulster in considerable fixity of tenure and, in case of a
See also:desire on the part of the tenant to sell his
See also:farm, made the tenant-right of considerable capital value, amounting often to many years' rent .
JAN JACOB LODEWIJK TEN KATE (1819-1889)
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