Commentary

116 Right to a written agreement

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

116 Right to a written agreement

| Commentary

116 Right to a written agreement

The landlord or the tenant of an agricultural holding may request the other party to enter into a written agreement1 embodying all the terms of the tenancy and containing provision for the specified matters where:

  1. 116.1

        there is not in force an agreement in writing embodying all the terms of the tenancy (including any model clauses incorporated in the contract of tenancy by regulations2); or

  2. 116.2

        such an agreement in writing is in force, but the terms of the tenancy do not make provision for one or more of the

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