The second notice condition1 is that, at the beginning of the tenancy, having regard to the terms of the tenancy and other relevant circumstances, the character of the tenancy is primarily or wholly agricultural2.
Compliance with the notice conditions allows for diversification because the agricultural nature of the tenancy is only to be considered at the beginning of the tenancy. Substantial diversification can then take place provided that part of the land is always farmed, in order to comply with the business conditions3.
It is particularly important in the
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