Commentary

175 Exclusion of requirement for consent

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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175 Exclusion of requirement for consent

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4: CASES WHERE NOTICE IS EFFECTIVE WITHOUT CONSENT

(a) Exclusion of tenant’s right to serve counter-notice

175 Exclusion of requirement for consent

The tenant’s right to serve a counter-notice1 and render the landlord’s notice to quit of no effect unless the consent of the tribunal2 is first obtained is, in certain cases, excluded by the Agricultural Holdings Act 19863. The landlord’s notice to quit must state that it is given for the reasons or in the circumstances that bring it within these cases4.

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