Commentary

176 Tenant’s right to contest

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

176 Tenant’s right to contest

| Commentary

176 Tenant’s right to contest

Where the tenant’s right to serve a counter-notice is excluded, he may, if he chooses, contest the reason in the notice to quit, but he is precluded from requiring the landlord to obtain the consent of the tribunal1. The landlord merely has to establish the reason stated in his notice.

A tenant in receipt of a notice to quit given pursuant to Cases A, B, D or E must, if he wishes to contest the reason in the notice, serve notice requiring arbitration2 within one month. In default, the tenant is

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