Commentary

240 Management control of land

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2)
| Commentary

240 Management control of land

| Commentary

240 Management control of land

Applicants must have control of all the land and all the activities needed to meet scheme rules and the capital obligations or prescriptions of the management options they select for the full duration of the scheme agreement. If an applicant does not have full control of the land and all such activities for the whole period, he must obtain the written consent of all other parties, who have management control of the land for the entire duration of the scheme agreement. This is particularly important to address in the context of agricultural tenancies, farm sales

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