Commentary

20 When should the notices be given?

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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20 When should the notices be given?

| Commentary

20 When should the notices be given?

The notices must be given ‘on or before the relevant day’1. The relevant day means the beginning of the tenancy2 or, if earlier, the day on which the parties enter into any instrument creating the tenancy (other than a contract to enter into a tenancy on a future date)3.

Where under a contract for a tenancy4 the tenant is entitled to possession immediately, notices need to be given at that point even if, for example, a written lease or tenancy agreement is not drawn up for

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