Commentary

189 Exclusion of succession where there is a valid notice to quit subject to a tribunal’s consent

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

189 Exclusion of succession where there is a valid notice to quit subject to a tribunal’s consent

| Commentary

189 Exclusion of succession where there is a valid notice to quit subject to a tribunal’s consent

An otherwise eligible person may not apply for a direction entitling him to a tenancy of the holding if, on the date of the death of the deceased tenant, the tenancy is the subject of a valid notice to quit1 under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 Section 26(1), being a notice given before the date of death in the case of which:

  1. 189.1

        the month allowed for serving a counter-notice2 expired before that date without such a counter-notice having

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