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" ... on the improvement, with a deduction of a proportionate part thereof for each year while the tenancy endures after the year of tenancy in which the outlay is made and while the improvement continues unexhausted; but so that where the landlord was... "
British Farmer's Magazine - Page 235
1875
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1875 - 682 pages
...(that being one of the points required to be specified), the following should be substituted : — " In the case of an improvement of the first class, where the landlord was not at the time of giving consent to tho execution thereof absolute owner for his own benefit, the extent to which the...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1875 - 688 pages
...one of the points required to be specified), the following should be substituted : — "In the caso of an improvement of the first class, where the landlord was not at the time of giving consent to the execution thereof absoluto owner for his own benefit, the extent to which the...
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A Manual of the Practice and Evidence in Actions and Other Proceedings in ...

James Edward Davis - Civil procedure - 1876 - 538 pages
...of tenancy in which the outlay is made and while the improvement continues unexhausted; but so that where the landlord was not, at the time of the consent given to the execution of the improvement, absolute owner of the holding for his own benefit, the amount of the compensation...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Issue 73

Agriculture - 1877 - 480 pages
...awarded ; Tin '.ˇaits at which each thereof was executed, committed, or permitted ; b llit case uf an improvement of the first class, where the landlord was not, at the time of the consent given to the rxtcution thereof, abbolute owner of the holding for his o«n benefit, the extent to which the improvement...
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Precedents of Leases: With Practical Notes

John Andrews - Leases - 1878 - 328 pages
...of tenancy in which the outlay is made and while the improvement continues unexhausted ; but so that where the landlord was not, at the time of the consent given to the execution of the improvement, absolute owner of the holding for his own benefit, the amount of the compensation...
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A Manual of the Law of Landlord and Tenant

Horace Smith, Thomas Spooner Soden - Electronic books - 1878 - 411 pages
...of tenancy in which the outlay is made and while the improvement continues unexhausted ; but so that where the landlord was not, at the time of the consent given to the execution of the improvement, absolute owner of the holding for his own benefit, the amount of the compensation...
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Meat production

John Ewart (land surveyor.) - 1878 - 388 pages
...the tenancy in which the outlay is made and while the improvement continues unexhausted ; but so that where the landlord was not at the time of the consent given to the execution of the improvement absolute owner of the holding for his own benefit, the amount of the compensation...
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Precedents of Leases: With Practical Notes

John Andrews - Leases - 1878 - 356 pages
...of tenancy in which the outlay is made and while the improvement continues unexhausted ; but so that where the landlord was not, at the time of the consent given to tho execution of the improvement, absolute owner of the holding for his own benefit, the amount of...
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Auctioneers: Their Duties and Liabilities

Robert Squibbs - Auctioneers - 1879 - 338 pages
...tenancy in which the outlay is made, and while the improvement continues unexhausted ; but so that where the landlord was not, at the time of the consent given to the execution of the improvement, absolute owner -,f the holding for his own benefit, the amount of the compensation...
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A Treatise on the Law and Practice of Agricultural Tenancies

George Wingrove Cooke - Farm tenancy - 1882 - 558 pages
...of tenancy in which the outlay is made and while the improvement continues unexhausted ; but so that where the landlord was not, at the time of the consent given to the execution of the improvement, absolute owner of the holding for his own benefit, the amount of the compensation...
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