Commentary

313 Likelihood of a protected occupancy by succession

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

313 Likelihood of a protected occupancy by succession

| Commentary

313 Likelihood of a protected occupancy by succession

A protected occupancy by succession is unlikely to arise in practice. As the usual arrangement between an employer and an agricultural employee was likely to be a licence1 (whether formal or not), the contractual right to occupy will almost invariably determine on the death of the protected occupier in his own right2. In practice, the only occasions where that is not likely to occur are:

  1. 313.1

        where a joint licence or tenancy was held by the deceased protected occupier and the spouse, civil partner or another member of

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