Where the parties intend that the tenancy is to be a farm business tenancy, they should consider exchanging notices to comply with the notice conditions under the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 before entering into the tenancy agreement1, in every case. If the proposed use is restricted to agriculture and the agreement contains a strictly drawn user covenant, then the draftsman might take the view that notices need not be exchanged2, but if the risk of consent or acquiescence by the landlord to any breach of the user covenant is high (which may possibly be more likely
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