Commentary

113 Licences relating to farming partnerships

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

113 Licences relating to farming partnerships

| Commentary

113 Licences relating to farming partnerships

The essence of the statutory provision for a licence to take effect as a tenancy was the requirement that the licence must have been granted for the purpose of occupying the land for use as agricultural land1. A licence, to be capable of conversion, had to confer on the licensee during its currency a right of exclusive occupation against the licensor. Where, therefore, a person already in lawful occupation of land entered into a partnership agreement for farming the land with a farming partner by which the land-owning or land-renting partner granted

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