Commentary

210 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation for disturbance

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)

210 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation for disturbance

G: COMPENSATION PAYABLE TO TENANT

1: DISTURBANCE

210 Tenant’s entitlement to compensation for disturbance

In certain circumstances, on the termination of a tenancy of an agricultural holding to which the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 applies1, the tenant is entitled to compensation for disturbance2 from the landlord. The statutory right to compensation applies where such a tenancy terminates by reason of:

  1. 210.1

        a notice to quit the holding given by the landlord3; or

  2. 210.2

        a counter-notice given by the tenant, accepting a notice to quit part of the holding as a notice to quit the

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