A notice to quit part of an agricultural holding would normally be invalid at common law in the absence of an express provision in the tenancy agreement1. The Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 provides2 that where a landlord gives notice to quit part of an agricultural holding held on a tenancy from year to year, such notice is not invalid on the ground that it relates to only part of the holding if it is given (and states that it is given):
for the purpose of adjusting the boundaries between
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