| Commentary

173 General considerations

| Commentary

3: CASES WHERE THE CONSENT OF A TRIBUNAL IS REQUIRED

173 General considerations

Where an application1 has been made to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (in relation to England) or the Agricultural Land Tribunal (in relation to Wales) for consent2 to the operation of a notice to quit, the tribunal must be satisfied3 as to one or more of the specific matters4 mentioned by the landlord in his application for consent. Even if the tribunal is so satisfied, they must withhold their consent to the operation of the notice to quit if in all the circumstances it

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