| Commentary

96.5 Notice to quit

| Commentary

96.5 Notice to quit

Any statutory rules regulating the period for giving notice to quit in respect of dwelling houses etc do not apply to incorporeal hereditaments, and accordingly, an express stipulation should always be given of the length of notice required to determine the grant. If no stipulation is given, the grantee is entitled to reasonable notice1. Notice should normally be expressed to expire at the end of the relevant sporting season or a short time afterwards to allow time for removal of works and equipment.

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