Commentary

26 Relevance of the agriculture condition

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)

26 Relevance of the agriculture condition

26 Relevance of the agriculture condition

The agriculture condition is a ‘sweep up’ provision designed to apply when notices have not been exchanged. It is likely only to be relevant where:

  1. 26.1

        there is an oral or written letting without professional advice; or

  2. 26.2

        defective notices have been served; or

  3. 26.3

        there has been an inadvertent surrender and re-grant1; or

  4. 26.4

        the nature of the letting is such that it is not worth the additional expense of the notices (eg a short term tenancy with a user clause confining use to agricultural purposes only and no danger

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