Commentary

55 Arbitration where landlord refuses or fails to give the required consent

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
| Commentary

55 Arbitration where landlord refuses or fails to give the required consent

| Commentary

55 Arbitration where landlord refuses or fails to give the required consent

The general rule is that if the landlord refuses consent, the tenant may, before making the improvement, go to arbitration and the arbitrator may substitute his consent for the landlord’s1. The tenant has a right to give written notice2 demanding a referral to arbitration if the landlord:

  1. 55.1

        refuses consent3; or

  2. 55.2

        fails to give consent within two months of a written request from the tenant4; or

  3. 55.3

        requires, as a condition of giving consent, any variation in the terms

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