Commentary

118 Effect of landlord’s request for a written agreement on tenant’s ability to dispose of the holding

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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118 Effect of landlord’s request for a written agreement on tenant’s ability to dispose of the holding

| Commentary

118 Effect of landlord’s request for a written agreement on tenant’s ability to dispose of the holding

Where the terms of the tenancy neither make provision for, nor make provision inconsistent with a prohibition on assignment, subletting or parting with possession of the holding or any part of it without the landlord’s consent in writing1, the effect of a landlord’s written request to the tenant to enter into an agreement in writing embodying all the terms of the tenancy and containing provision for all the specified matters is to preclude the tenant from assigning, subletting or parting with

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