Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 1923 (c. 10)
1923 c. 10 - continued

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SCHEDULES.

 

FIRST SCHEDULE.
Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 21, 35, 40, 42, 49.  
 
Part I.
 
IMPROVEMENTS TO WHICH CONSENT OF LANDLORD IS REQUIRED.
        1.      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.
        8.      Making or improvement 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 or removal of permanent fences.
        10.    Planting of hops.
        11.    Planting of orchards or fruit bushes.
        12.    Protecting young fruit trees.
        13.    Reclaiming of waste land.
        14.    Warping or weiring of land.
        15.    Embankments and sluices against floods.
        16.    Erection of wirework in hop gardens.
        17.    Provision of permanent sheep-dipping accommodation.
        18.    In the case of arable land the removal of bracken, gorse, tree roots, boulders, or other like obstructions to cultivation.
 
             
[N.B.— This part is subject as to market gardens to the provisions of the Third Schedule.]
      
Part II.
IMPROVEMENT IN RESPECT OF WHICH NOTICE TO LANDLORD IS REQUIRED.
        19.   Drainage.
 
Part III.
IMPROVEMENT IN RESPECT OF WHICH CONSENT OR NOTICE TO LANDLORD IS NOT REQUIRED.
        20.    Chalking of land.
        21.    Clay-burning.
        22.    Claying of land or spreading blaes upon land.
        23.    Liming of land.
        24.    Marling of land.
        25.    Application to land of purchased artificial or other purchased manure.
        26.  Consumption on the holding by cattle, sheep, or pigs, or by horses other than those regularly employed on the holding, of corn, cake, or other feeding stuff not produced on the holding.
        27.  Consumption on the holding by cattle, sheep, or pigs, or by horses other than those regularly employed on the holding, of corn proved by satisfactory evidence to have been produced and consumed on the holding.
        28.   Laying down temporary pasture with clover, grass, lucerne, sainfoin, or other seeds, sown more than two years prior to the termination of the tenancy, in so far as the value of the temporary pasture on the holding at the time of quitting exceeds the value of the temporary pasture on the holding at the commencement of the tenancy for which the tenant did not pay compensation.

       29.  Repairs to buildings, being buildings .necessary for the proper cultivation or working of the holding, other than repairs which the tenant is himself under an obligation to execute :

Provided that the tenant, before beginning to execute any such repairs, shall give to the landlord notice in writing of his intention, together with particulars of such repairs, and shall not execute the repairs xinless the landlord fails to execute them within a reasonable time after receiving such notice.

 
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