In the case of any tenancy of an agricultural holding from year to year in relation to which an application may be made for succession on death1, where a notice2 (‘the retirement notice’) is given to the landlord by the tenant, or (in the case of a joint tenancy) by all the tenants, of the holding indicating (in whatever terms) that he or they wish a single eligible person3 named in the notice to succeed him (or them) as tenant of
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