Landlord and Tenant Act, 1931

Execution of improvement in absence of objection.

14.—(1) Where a tenant has served an improvement notice on his landlord and such landlord has not, within two months after such service, served on such tenant an improvement undertaking in respect of such improvement notice and neither such landlord nor any superior landlord has, within such two months, served on such tenant an improvement objection in respect of such improvement notice, the tenant shall be entitled to execute at any time within one year after such service (whether an improvement consent has or has not been served by such landlord or superior landlord) the improvement specified in such improvement notice in accordance in all respects with such notice.

(2) References in this Act to a tenant being entitled on consent to execute an improvement shall be construed as referring to such tenant being entitled under this section to execute such improvement.